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WHILE IT IS NEWS. el low ALL THE NEWS. SATURDAYS, TWICE-fl-VVEEK WHILE IT IS FRESH. WEDNESDAYS. VOL. XLIV. NO.-fia- BELLOWS FALLS. VT.. SATURDAY, JULY 29, X899. 0 $1.50 B 1 1 . - ' ii ii A YEAR. 3 CKNTS a mPT Business Cards. T M niHIIAT. DOOK8, SASH, ULAZKD WISBOWS AND In White Trimmfld or Painted. Fair's Block, Oanal Street MANAGER OF WKKDKN'3 OKOHXSTBA Also Tuner of Pianos and Organs. Address H. M. WEKDUN, Rockingham. Vermont. Ladles and Gents send your clothing to Brattleboro Cleaning and Dyeing Works, K'Elm St. Brattleboro. Tt. First class work. Express charges paid one way. C. E. CAPRON, igt., Bellows Falls, Vt. H.R.BECKWIIB, ABCHITEOT. Boom No. U, . Union Blook, Olaremont, N. H. 62-40 VIAVI. MRS. E. A. FIELD, Representative 10 Bolster Ave., BABBE, VT. Dentists. OR. E. W. KNIGHT, DENTAL PABLOB3, . A i n s' Block, Telephone Connection Office hours, 8 to 12 a. m., and 1 to 5 p. m. O. M. GEORGE, DENTIST, - - Boom No. 1, OPSTAIBS, Union Block, Bellows Falls, Vt. Lawyers. ESTABLISHED IN 1S65. R. J. Kimball & Co., BANKERS AND DEALERS INoA INVESTMENT SECURITIES, STOCKS AND BONDS. Bellows Falls Times. FtJBUSHBD WBDHBSDAT AND SATURDAY BT W. C. BELKNAP CO., Proprietors. W. O. BELKNAP, Editor. One conv nna vur In .Hv.nAjh ii Kn One copy six months in advance - .75 une copy three months in advance .40 If not paid in advance - 2.00 Single copies ...... .03 OBANOB OP ADDBBSS 71 Broadway, We allow Interest on deposits and transact a general banking business. We buy the better class ot Stocks and Bonds ana aavance money to carry the same when requested. 30 YEARS MEMBERSHIP IN The New York Stock Exchange. no pert j . mm bail w. Eugene Kimball. Subscribers wishing the postoffice address Of their riRTlAr ri.Tl fr. mil. 4 onvi.1 n. k.lk ll- - I . . , I Pi" " un. ovuv. uo UU I'll .11 C NeW York, a w address. ASYBBTISBRf will find th Ttar . hast , uv uvw au t w. vioiu. UIUU mm m anntham Vantnt T . , - u , wauiuuv. 111 . thriving manufacturing village and railroad wuuui nu lit 1 n iiiiniHr una rw arama circulating in four counties of those states, it IS Tint ATfVAll ad mm m Af ..L: 1 w ma mt utouiO VI IVMiUlUK AI K Q and thrifty population. Bate will be fur- Tlltlhofl vm nn1..n4... . "' . . Makes the food more delicious and wholesome R&fA n VI 1.1 AVAft E f A QVl SIQ OWnta CO.. HfW VOg E. J. KNAPP & CO. Bellows Falls, Vt. Dealers in Pianos, Organs and Sew ing Machines. All kinds of musical instruments, strings and fixtures. Goods sold op INSTALLMENT PLAN N0TI01. All nOslm H.f AT- -a nt1ytJAil .-.A.. f. " M aauiuawaaawa Bf OUbfl IUI I WATCH THK DATS. Wfttf.h thA HulA nw .nii-. t . i-v.ijf ui tuia imuer since us estaDiian I TV1 ATI T. Tint tr olnn c.i.kon.lwl a. 4.1 j I Mnn nf t.Vio tima 1 - i. J I """o o-xu IUI UUIVBB WAIU1UII UA- 1 rlAra aio 1. . ..am a. t . directions are given either at the time of sn Vtarvrf ri am n i a 1 . v ouuwuuBnuy lu nave me renewed. No paper will be stopped until all nrTAOrafrna a "v nni.s a..i n. . , .6wgJ,nm1 ouuBunums are urtrea 1 -w uvu ouusuiipviuuB pniu ill UUVallCO CHARLES H. ROBB ATTOBNET AND COUNSELLOB AT LAW and solicitor In Chancery, Town Hall Kulldlng, Bellows Falls, Vt C4TT "RFITIT A . Tl AT7TK COUNSELLOB at LAW and PENSION Windsor - - Vermont. reicnviiie once open on Mondays. Doctors. ehwa nn kirkt.awti. wr. t OFFICE AND EKSIDJCNOK. SOITTH ST. Office bourn till 9 a. in., 1 to 2 and 6 to 7.30 p.m. GEORGE H. OORHAH, M. D IJ . 1 1 Wn11n 1 , . Practice limited to the 'diseases of the Eye, Office hours 9 to 12 a. in., 1.30 to 4 p.m. Tuesdays and Fridays at Brattleboro. Livery Stables. W. P. CASSIDT. IiIVXBT, FEED AND SALES STABLE, Towns Hotel Barn, Bellows Falls, Vt. Miscellaneous. C. E. CAPROK, HEBOHANT TAILOR. Bellows Falls. Vt. JJ-S9 Call or write for price nd terms Commissioners' Notice. " m.l.nn-:i.. 1 1 T 1 : . 1 .id wiu ouuDuuueiB, ueiiig uuiy Hppuiniea by the Hon. Probate Court for the District of Westminster, Commissioners to receive, ex- amln. n n . 1 ,1 ..11 , 1 l i . i . . all persons against the estate of George P.Hammond.lale of Rocklngham.ln said dis tilcl.deceaseil, and also all claims and de mands exhibited in offset thereto; and six 11 1 11)1 t Vl U f l'l 1 11 , ll 11 1 i. 1 ll ilnn 1 .. 1 1 . . . being allowed by said Court forthat purpose, we do therefore hereby give notice, that we will attend to the business of our said ap- nn1n,man t ii . 1 , .. i l..i.. I ii. . . -...iiua . ci v iii(i,ciii BniuuitSlil lCb on the 26th day bf August and 13th day of Jan ""i J uoii, iiuiu a umucs until 4 O CiOCK, P. M., on each of said days. JOHN ir.ALBIANDEBr t. "p u i v Com. J. F. ALEXANDER, Jr., Adm'r. uuiy zim, a .u.,i8H9. ALBERT E. CROSS, Ch. B., CONSULTING OPTICIAN, will be at the house of fir. Arthur fl. Jettison, Westminster St., ONE WEEK I beginning July 31st. Office Hours from a to 5 p. m. NED PIERCE SLATE ROOFER and dealer in Slates, Ridge Irons, Snow Guards and Roofers' Cement. Postoffice Box 1022. Bellows Falls, Vt. ANDREWS' BICYCLE WORKS. Beoairin? of all kinds d B tted, safes opened, lawn mowers shai'pened. otf at lniDAar .Onati D4An r Canal St., - bellows falls. Vt BAKER JUVK CO. Wholesale Dealers in Tin. Glass and WOODKN WiRR We pay cash for old rubber and metals. In i ooaa ior ail Kin a s 01 com- - , i ' A"iUL,ll,s viu rope, sacKine'. folded newspapers, nens featbers. wool- RRAAn'S rCAlta AO 1 alrlnci n a uvvtr vii omuo, 1U1 WUUU ttUU iUTJ. I b9r and farm products of aU kinds. Agent uu uuoixiwoa uii LLio roaa zor us: lAb-a fnim4alinJ m... .Ala a. . vnAa mmiourju Kju saimi nuvury guaranvy. Send 10 cts. in Silver Having studied tor the past three vears in Boston University Medical School and having the experience of being in one ot the largest eye clinics in Boston, I feel prepared to give perfect satisfaction in all cases of impaired vision. Persons who are unable to call during office hours if thev ... - will drop me a card I will call at that per son's residence. Examination of the eve free of charge. E. R. BALL. for Set Of Tnfflnt.'n Wari?mlifl Pft0.n. - - " a auroi udi I Babies' Outfits Furnished. Send for prices. Mrs. Carolyn D. Spafford & Co. -uua "Sv A, xuutuu, mass. DR. LORD, Tie Noted Specialist, treats all forms of chronic troubles. Con. """ nee. .,niue nours until 9.00 a. m.. SSt'-ff.J-J1- J-oate Perma: NOTICE TO TAX-PAYERS. Notice is hereby given that the Corporation and Highway taxes for the village of Bellows 1 Falls have this day been placed in my hands lor collec tion. A discount of 4 per cenj ; is allowed if these taxes are paid within ninety days. September 14 next is the last day on which these taxes can , be paid and the discount al lowed. Chas. E. Capron. Treas. Bellows Falls Villaze. Bellows Falls, Vt., June 17, 1899. Silverdale Hotel and Cottages. o Lake Spofford, N. H.. now open for guests. Board by the weeK, day or month ; also Nice Lunch Counter. Meals served at all hours cnwUl price to cottagers for Meal Tickets, axso supplies iurnisnea tftem in the r -r-fc -w- way oi rsreaa, uutrer, iiggs, Milk, Vegetables, Fruits, Ice, etc. Extra Sunday Dinner, speciaiy this season. The very best the markets wiu anora. c- SOMETHING LUCIOUS with a rich, fruity flavor, and a snap and nn.lrln . n ll . ' 1 1 i i .... ii 81 Wla TaKe tne cockles from off your heart and the barnacles off your throat on a hot H u , . . j " "i vuiu auu re- naaliv.v J. . . . .... C ik w"er, witn pure fruit juices, rDpUD auu root Deer, w hen you are laded and mit nf .n. . 1 A h l j . n j a giaos OI UOCOa Cola and see how it will resuscitate your I GLYNN'S HERCULEAN TABLETS. CURE RHEUMATISM CONSTIPATION AND DYSPEPSIA. BEST BLOOD AND NERVE TONIC. 2Sc a box at your druggist or by uiaU. w. B. Glynn, Reg. Pharmacist, Sax tons River, Vt. For Women- cases miroM.V,. ii. . i"B nio8t uimcu It matters of aprivateor delicate nature Bear MAN CO.. iTO T.V. ..- ""'W" """ at., ooston, Congressional Politics In some respects it is unfortunate that Vermont's Congressional delegation is limited to the small number of two. Everv week of the sultry summer months devel- - opes one or more candidates, and the name is already legion. Many a proud ambition is destined to be rudely thocked ere another June passes into history. Tbe situation in the second district is truly bewildering. There are already more candidates than the people can possi bly elect to office in one generation. This is an instance where many think they have been called, but only one can be chosen. In the first district there are but two pronounced candidates, the present con gressman from the district, Hon. H. Henry Powers, and Hon. C. S. Page of Hyde Park, and which of these two will secure the nomination is not difficult to divine : for if pre-convention expression of opinion amounts to anj thing Powers is already defeated, and Page has the consolation of a sure thing. The unanimity with which Mr. Page's candidacy is being endorsed by the press of the state is truly remark able. Indications are that a bare two or three of the 75 or more papers of the state will advocate Judge Powers' re-nomination Most of the other papers, both in and out ot the first district.will endorse Mr. Page's candidacy with varying degrees of enthu siasm. We believe that the press has voiced the choice of the people, and Mr Page has every reason to feel highly com plimented. Among the papers which have already referred with approval to Mr. Page's candidacy are the Cambridge Tran script and the Morrisville News and Citi zen, the two papers in Lamoille county ; the North Troy Palladium, the Hardwick Gazette, the Groton Times, the Lyndon- ville Journal, the Barton Monitor, the Newport Express and Standard, the Green Mountain .Tress, the Ludlow Tribune, the Londonderry Sifter, the Wilmineton Times. the Vergennes Vermonter, the Waterbury uecord, the Bradford Opinion, the Essex County Herald, the Woodstock Standard, the uristol ilerald, the Randolph Herald and News, the Fair Haven Era. the Mont- pelier Watchman and Daily Journal, the earre Uaily limes and the Rutland Daily News. Judge Powers has the reputation of being a man ot considerable ability and of unimpeachable integrity and has made a creditable record in congress, but even his warmest friends are not so blind as to contend that he has extraordinary ability ana ntness, and they must admit that his record has m many ways been disappoint ing. With his present term he will finish ten years of service and this we contend is long enough for one who in a decade has been unable to demonstrate that he is pre eminently qualified for the duties of the office he seeks tor another term. It has been stated, and so far as we know not been contradicted, that in 1890 Judge Powers stated to a prominent citi zen ot Lamoille county that he should insist on Governor Stewart's retirement in eight years as that was the longest period given a congressman in the first district tor more than a generation. With the record of the past ten years should Judge Powers be allowed to lay down one rule for his predecessor and formulate an entirely different one for himself. Governor Page is a sterling Vermonter of whose business and official record the State is iustlv nroud. Tn" nut the cafe i i . mildly he is as well niialined to succeed 'i Judge Powers as the judge was to succeed brovernor btewart, and if eight years was long enough for Stewart ten years iscer tainly enough for Powers, and we might add that at nresent there is everv indic.i- ... .. i s tion that the republicans of the first dis trict will . take this view of the situation next June. Press Comments. Below we give a few of the most inter esting of the many editorial expressions which have appeared in the papers of the state during tbe past few weeks. ST. JOHNSBURY REPUBLICAN. Chief .TW.icn Tft ' w - B " iwcvi garded as absolute authority on all matters A i- IT- . 1 . 1 pci LaiuiuLO v ermont History, nas discov ered trip fanf. that- nf tha U.1 .unM.Anfaf;.,ai tuHv v. uu j , ibj;ibDbuiau(Uj in congress credited to this state from its urgumzauon up to me terms oi tne present incumbents, onlv four have served the state 12 Vears in the lnnrpr hnnaa Tha.o aia I Hon. Hoi Und n. Mallrrir irnm 1810. tn 1001 . ri iii-ir i-, , r . nn. iooi;nira, vviinam oiaae, irom 1831 to tOm TT TT .1 ... . n. io : non. t-mrjinA Kvpmtr trnm ixvu 1843, fourteen years ; and lion. Justin S. Morrill from 1855 to 1867. Of all the State's reDresenfatives in nnnorea. nnlw three besides the above even attained ten years' service. Ihese were Govs. Chitten den and Hftll ml Hnn I.,,bo P Poland all wre-eminently distinguished in state and national affairs. In considering the above names, the question fairly arises, Is Con gressman Power f a ha a inrlMo. fn. n- O i w mm vuill.1 JU1VJ 1U1 IV. nomination next June, and if so, what is the record on which he will go before the neonle of tbe first HistrtP ! ho .n. more entitled to a continuation of his term beyond 10 years than were Chittenden, Hall and Poland? Ta hp ua murK onfMod to it as were Mallory, Slade, Everett and ,Uwl 1 111 I RUTLAXD NEWS. The move is tin tn nniwwnmin Pnnm. His constituents are asking what in particu lar he has done to deHarva a nivth rol.n to bi position. As yet echo answers. "what?" " CAMBRIDGE TRANSCRIFf. T-.il T 1 1 1 . ... wuugo i. uwers uas nan two years, or wv at the end of this term, more time than hf nn fP ,nnaTil0rol Trip n.nnnn 1a..,1i I i mi. hi. i in. jiivuci icugiu oi oorv- vice and we would now like to see a man tase his place that is the peer of any in the -.i - T.r j. . , ' , . , .. siaie. ve uo doe Know rnnt ho. i . n his name to be used, but it has been men tioned by many prominent, men Vin havo ' .. . . ' . luuueuce, anu are wen posted, and seem tO think he 18 the enminer man . Wo klo. to ex-Gov. Carroll S. Page, and expect to oco uiiu uuiuiiiaieu ana eiectea ior the next member ot ennorpna fmm thp fi.. tl" l"" . . U.U LUtl 111 U I. UlDllllll. Oi. i- r v oiuie oi v ermont. BARRE TIMES. Of late vears whenever onvdimir t.i J - ..- . .vu.u ueen saia aDcur nnrr.imr unmshrHu ui.u ,n 1" WHW III Powers Place thft trienda nf tha nnmn.. mon li...n ll. n - 1 1. .. . 1 1 n uiau nave llirurrll up lUCir UBUaS, UgUra- tively, and overwhelmed the upstart by pointing to the judge's exalted record on the Pacific railroad hill. That -- Jt-UMW Hlg UUJVjIl ll will hardly be a conclusive feature ot the uauipaigu next year, duaee rowers was iii , i ., .. bit uuiiiuieLeiv ana intrinrimiN iv rtataatati turned down, plowed under and sodded' n 1 ' . : i ,i-ii ,i . . uver on 111s ranroau dui mat it must make him homesick to hear the thing mentioned Stratton & Foster Proprietors. inirn W. u .n. wwi jsrmoa PENNYROYAL PILLS: I" naaia Aai JZ''Mr.VamS''''t ?2a f??:!'??. l ? .uibuit i,y., DM '83a, BOSTON, HAS3, Here's Why II you want a drink that's really good that will bring ruddy color to your cheeks that will give you a hearty appetite drink Williams' Root lieer. It s made from the choi-.es roots and herbs. It has a snap and vim that satisfies the thirsty throat Drink the genuine drink the kind made from roots it costs only two cents a quart. I Williams A C&rleton Co., Hartford I iKmn. iiaker o( uiiama' f lavoring BARTON MONITOR Gov. Pa0A ia not nrHmarvin hia Trtathnfa C " n . n . hi j . 1. .1 1 11 111 11 1 U VU1 and his long and very successful business career, r quailed by but few men in this state, as well as his record as a politician, shllllfi and will he riarp,illT7 nnnaifIpi.a1 hv ..... ii . hi u.iy vvunuviwu vj the voters. In public life he has been 1 3 i 1 . il , tuunu 10 ub a man on woom tne people pmiM relv at. all li'mAi and in nnnaannanfu " J " 11111 uu mi. ... VUUl VUVl'.Vlll has a strong following throughout both dis- i: i . i. . i i 1 1 i iricts, nuu mis geems to De iue proper time U . n 1U1 lu VI . 1V1.1JC111111U v. luv wipu .uiu L!A I. 1 1 -TiT. manuer in wmcn lie nas always servea toe state. RANDOLPH HERALD AND NEWS AVVi il fullv anniat.atinn, Tila YitrrYi attain. mpnti in monv HirArfinna if haa taamai. tn nit fnr RnmA timA thtnt. .Tiir?rr Pavam ii nn. a model congressman, or the best that bis j: j.:a u a tt- i uiBinufe uuuiu prescui. xie nats kq amazing f aniilfv f rr orpt t.i n tr nn mh at. ia nan a vol 1 v considered the wrong side ot questions auu cjingmg 10 mem who a perrioacicy that effects his reputation and influence at t.llA fnnital I4a hoi hann nntAofunatA in his support ot measures, to say the least, l.- 1 c A.!.. suu uc DUttruvir ugurcs in ao more impor tant a a gf lofwiaiaf tm TnY0 TAAa record is a disappointment to many, who expectea mat, witn tne prestige oi coming frnm a apat nn tha lnn,ama m,.t Vninnh VW wm v.w wU - "1. V..1V1 vUUl, 1VillV.H, he would shine as a brilliant light in tbe 1 f . , r ... congressional armament, em oi wmcn proves once more what has been shown ov er and over ncrain. that the ahlpat lasvori j . i i , .. . . . , uo not aiways maxe tne Dest legislators BRISTOL HERALD. The lawvers liavA Wn tnnm than nan. eronslv used bv the vntera nf Vavmnnt and we believe the time tn rnnm. thp progressive and enterprising business men ui tin ursi uisinci, is at nana, ado where is there in the district a man hefter qualified in all respects for congressman L ri il n n . iu uTiiii, varrou o. rage oi xiyae Park ? As governor of Vermont he made a record that is pointed to with pride by ciuzoua oi mu classes. LYNDON rNION. Governor Patrp a man n( ;nA.li...:vlu mMMtmmM w. lUv.UIUBUUl. rcoourucs, an inueiatigaDie worker and one of the best , 1 o b wo .baiv The complete success achieved in his own i : i . . . uuainesB, ana a is successiui administration as governor oi the state are sufficient as uraocea oi a successiui career. BRADFORD OPINION. The time has evidently mm n. a I ui un nrsi aistnct. IrOV. Page is tbe man. His name naturally comes to the front. It is frequently men tioned for tha nn. j i.I. ... the ( :: sr. :rr" -uu auiy whu r-v..v,i,uii luat tie can win. LUDLOW TRIBUNE. Judge Powers has himself in years past made the statement that eight years was long enough for any congressman to serve numuiua sense ana by precedent m our state. Wi,T.i,mijt. tion P What has he doneP During his ui service ne nas never been among the leaders, and of late .since disap pointments have come to him in congress u?i. "V1"6' he has been fairly inactive. What the state of Vermont wants in the House is a man of vigorous and persistent nature, who will fight every time and all the time for the state and the nation. In Short Sl:oll a man aa i..ll c r .n Hyde Park has shown himself to be in public and private life. .' HARDWICK GAZETTE. Taken as a whole TTnn ' r , . aavu. nuncio record in conrre nph that ha ... f.i.. r 1-m. i uu v uu v.u lauiv expect to be re-nominated, when there is at least one name before the people whose official record in Vermont is so clean that it will bear inaneetinn ndp. th . vi.uu wuu& I AA stongest search light ? One who, if he diem me lists, can bring to bis support a record of nuhlin lite linn am atamna k. A . 17 -w huvu aao UIMIU-IS UIIU B man in whom are combined all the ideal qualifications which we would have em bodied in those who stand in our national congress? The bearer of the name needs HA A 1 1.1 1 . a mruier jaoei; mere is but one Fage in W ClUJUUti SOUTH WINDHAM, The farmers are about through hayine in this vicinity. , Mrs. W. TT. PrtninBAT. v:u m ion0 x.. are guests at Fred Fisher's. "Mr. fl'aT?lr.r wifft an A nu:i,i ttt m . T, . v"u" vuuu Ul n tuunu were atE. S Burbee's Wednesday. Mr. uurnett, who has been at A. J. Jeni- SOXl B. tetnmArl tn SnritxyfiaLl uA e .l. week. Mrs. C. fit. Jenison left for ah Arm. . uocwod of Bennington was in wrru. AUUIDUttJ. MrS. NftTirTJ Tflnnav a in A onn nu-ml . at W. L. Tenney's Sunday. Mrs. Charles Hastmea and children of oprmgnem nave neen at w H Adams . MlRS Mahal llnhinann ia at nrnvV at u O Mane s. Rev. C L Buckingham has tendered his ign,Ruauu iu iud cuurea at mis piace to tase ofTaof Ana.,.. 1 fire was under control and durin the time it was confined mhnll.t. n " th iowardl, Kowelf'a livery barn. Soma of .u r . D,D ro,"OTeu "om mat part of tne nnna. In. 1 - 1 i f i. . aiKo piruon oi tnom were ruined by smoke and water. Nearly every. Ihing was taken from the main part of the About 60 people were stopping in the house at the t.ima and I.. J il. . k...T . , "iD n' occurreu an hour later, no douht some of them could not i, a p ' M u.wa8 there were ladies iiiY.r luoir neaas witn blankets in order tn orat. tl,r,k u j.: . . . ,. .u.V . . iT " . ucuno smoKB. All the instructors for the summer school were in the house together with the city and regular boarders. The fire occurring at VUD UI tl MM 1 1 1. T.I m ft ni TTOo a t- I . , , , .ww jww umavo iii very uau indeed, but it is hoped that in a short time ,nt. maae ana ousiness resumed. 1 he people that were at the house have been tRkan in h. ti,. :nnn t . . . ., . . , iiiko iBuiuies ana an are in comfortable quarters, and every etlort "& uamuw ou iunb uu une win oe lurned away. The CflURA nf tha (ira ia rrit. . property was well covered by insurance and fho naa ia oat.'..... J i . niM m111"" anywnere irom flHXl to f woo. There was no wind at the time of the mo, waico was very lavorable. SAXTON8 RIVER. M tun M.nd Twlt.k.ll 1. XT r . . . . - . .niuDi, ,jh unwianp visit ing her grandmother, Mrs. R. L. Twitcheil ts.. It. Iake and family went to Boston yes terdav. where thaa mill i . , . . . " ' . ii ii i i ii nuuui liWO Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harry returned yes terday to their home at Providence, R. I , after naRsintr Ahnnt turn mini. : . u . i. . ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Barry. S. Li. Hecht of New York city has been in town a few days this week. Miss Alexander went to Waterbury, Conn., last Wednesday to visit her siater.Mrs. H. G. Anderson, for about ten days. Mr. and Mm. flpariro T TV, 1 1. ml I ul- tit York city arrived in town Wednesday and OTA IT 11 11 11 .. . . . Ii l. - I" . 1 uo uuine oi meir parents, lit. and Mrs. K. H. Pettengill. Trfra. V. Tt. T.nnVa .-.nrn... i a -in"n .auvw i,u iu lu ounapee lake next Monday to spend a few weeks. Kj. a. oimocds has returned home after spendins about two weeks in Tt cinity. Eup-enfi Smith. M.aa TJa ravan.m t-- H A I.T.I A A Ml rion tnnk a a....: n j XT uun BWiiiicgourive ioitew fane last ThnrnrrATr uitb Mva tr.,i tt i . . , --- .t.vu Mia 4'iou 1-i l liCV and friends. ' , - - .. ..uvuaa uoou v xaiuiuK for some time past with his sister, Mrs. Charles Fsrnnwnrrh. ia t-nA., ,j . " , uiuuttiun ion? uayo with relatives in this place. Mrs. M. E. Smith of Rockingham, who has 1 n - tv wo iv o an uioen viUe N. H., is now visiting her son, C. N. MlSS AflTlift TtAmia hnA Ar a it ! " , . v Jl D Ul at.. xx. OaDin 8 Store VPKlnrHnv r1nrinn Ua,.n. ot Mr. Sabm, who went on the excursion to Walter RiinnAlI nf 7 vv .v i . . . aui & vay, wuu ubs been Viaitmrr fnr nKonf 4-maaWo .t i t - n - - - "wwaa at A VC Vi ,1. A . lieach g, went to New York city yesterday w uuomojo auu i3 e Apr c tea to return today. Miss Bertha Marston of Roxbury, Mass., is fitonninar nt. Mm riAnrrana'a rA U-i. -' " '"I OUVA v UIUIQ and is attending the French school. ITof. Orin Locke is visiting friends in It Is early to mark down GASOLINE STOVES but I propose ti close then out AT COST OR LESS. IF NECESSARY ! An Inspection will proye my statement.- ... ..HOSE.. at c PER FOOT up. Standard Garden GEORGE B. ALLBEE, Bellows Falls,- Vt. !ullh.et.8a& ll ??Kyr. ? H so accept- H wiat.f.. V oaur' wmo KO. Mrs. H. Tfiher f Keene ,akes the 'ending prt! May Hunt. hoi uertna Twohndfinmn an1 ai1ui.ni:.i have recantl. "i", ?"""'"ona.ment of Rnfn. Pin'., .n uu 'E8 "a"1 i . axouiy easier, m the vil lage cemetery. Mrs. Symonds is making extensive repaiis and immnuamant. i , 1 nronert'v. tt, M." "t?'"0811 "quired f .wiaaiwn iiuiiao. PARK HU-L. Mrs. C L Waitt of Boston is visiting Mrs, TknM.a TJ-11 raias r ranees Mcuaui of Lynn, Mass., is visiting her aunt, Mrs. McConneli, who is baaninn hn..a ('. T a. uuvi""fi uuudo mt uauioB iuunariy. Miss Bertha Atherton has gone to Worces koi , lunsa., turn vialt. xne aramatio company is rehearsing a drama to be presented in the near future. Professor F L Shepardson, wife and two T TT ;ia. .'-ry vunuiou ui naiDuioii, xt. x.t nave oeen spending the past week with his parents, j.ray. auu mi . j c oxiepitruHon. Mrs. R C Howard has gone to her mother's -, 1 r j w o)duu iew aays. Miss Maude Albee of South Framington, luaaa., returaea nome rriaay. .Tnhn P WaKar Af 'Vr.Tan Tai tm r. 1- ing a part of his vacation with his parents. T?A Cl XT TPA.1t Z AVnAnft A 1 k On.a- v va ax i iou(u id Oavpoui-vu uuiUD on.ui day from Candia, N H , where he has been snendincr his vacation. Tipxter Rnvrlnn nf'N'nrfhhnrn.'M's.na..ia viaft u.. a St p.uu 111 111S UUUD1U W UUUU. MfftH S A White is hnRrriinor at ft F TTflfh an'a for a short time. Mrs. A Z Li Hie, who is employed as cook at the County Farm, has gone to her home iui v atB.iuu ui a lew trccasi CHESTER. on the Davis meadow at the lower end of main street.. T.A. V TnllaJ I,-- T t it. v ouivo am aunatu uas uoou in uuolUU 1UQ past wees, arriving nome x aursaay nignt. Tha onntrfiotnr t-A n.nfc tl,M,w1. -M. " -w. HaV mwwuw wuavugu vv it, ll tUO nrnnlr ail I tii-i.a)i nn George H. White rent to Boston on the F.iP.hhnrtr TAilrnnrl Avonrainn vnafac.wt tA - w- WUVa.aHawu JVBtVlUai UO VAj'wvrwa w W auovut BaiAI UAJT O. .v vaaowj-avaau w. wuv BUIIIU1C1 OVUUU1 TO, ex-champions of the state will cross bats this afternoon on the Fullerton lot on South at.rAAT. at 3 nVlnnlr. A dmi.oi'nn An.1-MAn K cents, ladies free. This game is arranged for a utiie urn auu uu uuurji people wno attend wilt have it. Minn Afin.A Phn1ai- V a liaa kan . nuv una UDOU VIBlb- returned home last Thursdav. ' Mr an Vra TTii k xr-. .a....J t , j-" uduijf DMipeu aere mob xuurouay un baeir re torn irom penning ton with the intention of remaining at the KnllArtnn fnr torn or a a Ira knf wa J : - nvvmsr, uu HOIW UIUU pointed on account of the fire. It is expected that. f i-a IlATifw 1 - j y ouiaiu iui a iew uays A Hun trhtAT waa hnra tn HT IT o w auu wrs James Andrews last Tuesday evening. S. M. Waite of Bellows Falls was in town last Tuesday nirht. New notatnea are aAllino- liara i - B Hvaw 1V1 y LfDr While ralABjrinar nna nf fha nnca. ai. - B w wuw uuioob I1UUI hUe lVeTY hn. at tha ti'ma nf ka JS. - - w va UUIC1 lilO laSli Wednesday night, N. R. Hutchinson received kail in ika :.V 1 f. m wm ja iu .ug aim wuu a suixe. Wft ntlfiprfttarKy that anntha w,AH. a -- ITflinir tin nn a lnt rftiai,l iU u a Adams on the corner of Depot and Cross Hntrh TTenrv. Jr U aTna.).J u j "7 : - ' 'inwu uoi from Bennington. He will make the trip on hiB vhaal Ona weeV nf tha WinrlM - . wuvj Bummer SChOOl IB nut. and mnrk 4nAMi.t- 1... i auwvavoa, u aa iinun shown by all who are in attendance. About ou kuubhh irom windaor and Windham c inntie. are here, and the management feel .ncoarAffad at tha m.nn.. u i .L .t .u. in nuiiill .UO school is progressing. Several new infttruo- tnra Will ha hat na j work will be taken up. The school is being held in tha hlo-h MkAAi i i - """v iwui, wuica miiog every thing convenient. The townspeople ar enrdiallv invit a .:.: i . la r 7. v ut ma wuuui a anv time. ' OllltA a tilimhnr rf iUrx rll i a On T.n A OT(ii,roinn naola.J.- a. TtT .1.1 Beach. Mrs. 6. F. Ohnmn nnrl Mra QaIah TLT - son entertained the LadieB Benevolent so ciety of the Congregational church last Houiioounv nimiiiuuu at tne vestry, Minn T. W. TTaTat tA xt;aa u.ui t .r v auu iioo iuaiDt UIUrYil ui Nashua, N. H., who have been taking part uuuioo i tun rrencn summer school, will return to their homes Mondav. Miss Fanny Pettengill has returned from TX7 . Innln -VnM 1 J. -I . n auus vy OH TV1U1 The rhr.fi.T4n ITnlaavnr e UUHHH,W ViVvlf o UAYQ iui their subject tomorrow evening, "That eood Mm. -T . V Simnnrla naa liann c'W r 4 - " ' uouu iui a ie'-v aavs. nnr. at tne time nt nrritinrr una rAAi. . j m ......ufc nu. tvviiut; a 11VL1G USbUDli Mrs. T7!v O. .Tillann nf TTirif.i1 - v w a&wauxvau, UUU U -, DU COmnHnied hv hnr nnn anrl HannM.. 1 j - huv. uMUKUbCl i n uuuu uu iuiM iuui ioi, mQ guesiiD at airs, x XX. JIUHUCB Ml'flH RMr 'Rliri'.hnm rf nlnitnoaia. 1 -7 - " " uiuuvooioi vatuo msi monaay 10 visit miss ueiene A. Koux, John Hubbard and wife, Marshall Wilder and hia sister. Miss TTatA WiMa . miiao rmo yesterday io XtOweil lake. Fred TTowa tvAni in TTovvia:ii A titj ' AinoTiiig ia9b vveu- nesday where he has secured work in the Miss A crn AS FflirhftrtV a-nA M:oa A nan T- : nfn.nfTn 4 J mi 1 1 ,,J " "wu viaitou last xnursaay at Henry a. John Piddnp.V and Mi'oa T-T1. n, 1 11 " wun aivinii vaujpueii were in town Thursday. Miss Grace Clough went to Chester last u iviuufvg iui a levy yycao pieviuus tu returning to ner nome in Boston. Allie Campbell is at home sick with a throat trouble. Mies Carrie Hall, whn has baan ;n c.: "iu Macb joni, is viaiting ner aunt, Mrs. D. Campbell, for a few days before returning to her home in California. Mr. ftilhart nf VaTMiv.'I la K r.-a.? " v. a v.vu..ii una UOOU VlOltlUIE a rAM nr t 1 m a iovt ai vv xj . Vrljuu O. Morns ftlvnn hna -- J a vvut, r uuunuii bUB U1U school honsA at ftncrAvrilla nf .Tnhn rru i is troinar to have it fitted nn fnr a hiairam;tk. At a meeting of Golden Cross which was tlAlrl Tk...a -A. i-J J TTt1t . a a. the following officers were installed by Grand Commander Can-others; Henry A Davis, N C; Mrs Annah I Lake, V N C; Mrs Ella Corv. rtre late ! Mra .TnniA n UnkA. w tt -r R; Charles W Osgood, F K of R: Allan H vau.u, wcwuici , j-i r xj vagooa, nerald; Frank E Richardson, WIG; Edwin R Lake, Carruthers, who has recently 'visited all the vvuju.m,uuoj roo m bUO BbaLO, UIBUO a 1CW TC" marks on the satisfactory growth of the order throughout the state. The Sax to Tib "River haaAhall .aam u.,a 11 . . " vu4 uau hue amucKy ena oi an exciting ten-inning game on FuUer Field Thursday afternoon with a team ma Ha nn -Kiaflv r oA.A r al. - -r -.v.j Ua r"yoia uum tne combination Vermont and New Hampshire team manacred hv n'Rr.an nf Rniu tph The r.nr waa IX tn 19 Ut.Aa. -:a-i- j -- "un"oa yiiuuea an excellent cram A fnr tha hm A j j -- - -w. -aaw UUUIO lOBUI BUU UO served to win, but fielding errors and poor "- "'Siuuo hi lavs ui practice, lost tne game. Among the fielding features of the came miv he mentinnad cmnA ..i.v.. u. m T '-J w Vlt,UD9 uy ill- ingwoith and the double play of Fair, Lake At11 Q1,f f 1Tiw mT TT 1 nr . a . . v v. ougaea, wngnt and iMwwiuBtwu won. r or tne combination team. Wiv nitnhad Analw an QUan i i j batting. Oar boys think they deserve much vmuu iui uuuiiuK uuwa taeir opponents as three nf their rAirnlar nUvAta n.v.ia. play and that they had had no practice what Atror thru . aaaaV. BRATTLEBORO. XnOmafl Manmnnr ArAMMaal 1 "Squire, arrived in Brattleboro Wednesday nisht from R11H..J i . , , -. f," : , -", ubtiuK uoen reieatea irom the house ot correction on an order of . r . . mi.u. inauDin? was sen- tencarl last ITahvn... kok j . s. . n.Int n.V . i. J;. w" ays imprison ment for furnishing liquor to a minor. Gov. Smith 8 action waa tha r.Dnli r . i.-i. from Brattleboro citizens. PU"0n FranV Rn-cr K . , . WTTjt' j- vr raaton, Qiea ot a "uoua inursaav mornine at his uTre1?KE1.1l0tJstreetu Hehad been ill since last fall, hilt had WAi-Lan .-ii.; . tj umu wunm a wees, He went to Brattleboro from Bellows Falls, i8th ntTh h0U8e wa9LbeinK "paired, and . .iv. ui... n0 icaveo a W1C10W and a son, Frank. A team driven by a stranger ran away on Main street during the band concert Wednes- dav evAmncr anH nnlKJ.j .;.u - i . , - - """""m wi"i a warn owned by Dr. S E. Lawton of the Brattleboro re treat. The occupants of tbe latter carriage were thrown out, and one wheel on the car riage WM hrnVan 1M -.1 j suited. or aama88 re- TTfinnf.w Rhav.AI TP TXT u. ni ... .. ' " Juviure win sell the photographic apparatus owned by E. A. Gor don of Concord, N. H.. at the Waite & Wil kins block August 10. The property was taken on an execution in favor of Mary E. Wllrma li ii i. n :. . J . Avenll. trtietaa r.nJn .ui -,, t s .V I nr.-.; ' ""u3 '"o wm w juucreiia Pevgof mAJ S?d ? r - j ., mo auiuuier guests at the Brooks house. Judge Petty is a ludge ot the surrogate court of Suffolk county. Thft hnrlTT fnn-nA :. .1. rr .. . t.j l . - " luD vouneciicui river Tuesday by M. J. Cavanaugh and James LUlia L been identified as that of a Mr. w.i; . ""ramu muiu river near "1,'uio ,wu wctKa ago. The Rrattlflhni-n huf.l. j.j 1. -uiuio ui d uuiuv an un- usually Urge amount of business this sum- BELLOWS FALLS Real Estate Agency x tK AX,JB. a aeslralle Poultry ami Vegetable Farm three and one-halt or four miles out on good road. SO acres, one half tillage. 10 acre lot as level as a floor, fine for vege tables. PHHtnrA fn. l tu mi... voTT i;.TT' . ",u luur "J oi a- oet 76 0,"' x wo soon oarns and sUo. One to sfaUon86' room8, ne and one-halX mUes ln3HEAI, '"New Hampshire Farm in anra.8,.30 Tet """ff6. cuts 25 tons hay; 80 acres timber, balance pasture. 75 to 100 AnirToTiiT " i ?TOrv house, 7 rooms; barn tfil6 1111 f arrla?e house. About 3 mlies to Village. A (rood .arm for Ml We Have Savo.. l tn.A tt. riTT llflTTlni, i. I.. . i i Tenemnls to rent. "" 'uwana opwards. J. A. EATGN & CO. Before We Move you can save money by buying goods of us. Watches, Clocks, Silverware, Jewelry, Guns, and Fishing Tackle, etc., all going AT SOME PRICE to save moving. A good assortment of CAMERA SUPPLIES Now Is the time to buy cheap. Only a few days and we are moving. . J. EATON & CO., 28 CRAY'S BLOCK, BELLOWS FALLS, VT, NORTH CHESTER, Miflft .Tillin AT :. 1 l , T " iMiiuaiuguu ana miss aiarga- ret HflTlrrr ,lai..J i?-: .1 - , . r - --j i imoj: uigui ior n.agie Camp, Lake Champlain, where they are to I ' wih.ha v uuaoi Hennia Rnel frnm flnf;iRAiji u come to board with Mrs. J. R. Stoodley. He is a hnv 19. iraa-s J , t . a w in . William flta.M.. . 1 nr... , i J? auu w" OI JMewton, Mass.. CamA lnnf Satn.. ;.-i. ii- i 1 . , TT" '"'u."i viaimia sister u.uci iciaiiives in this vicinity. oeverai ot the young friends of Miss Alice Pitts ffftvo haw a a. . m . - - t-.vmii, DuiuuoD xuursaav evening, July 20, her birthday anniversary. "s wun aamty retresb- ments which they served on the spacious lawn nf hav hn, Ar U- If a-i- ! w- uV. uuuio nb . ui, varnsie s. CHARLKSTOWN. WESTMINSTER. The families nf .T 17V TTli;D anj a j -vt-1 - A.H10 auu Auuers xi u pon anrl a taw nthara ovaA. ta. o 1 Warran. T;; " ouauay at A larCTA and nrall nlaauJ J-. . , t at the r h.n"nS."P!? h,e rendering of the pretty operetta, . - y"K laiujrs, or me meeting of the nations , give by the children, a program of ro, ,T 1 w " Ul last ' Ine young actors were all members -"u.jf niiuuui oi in is piace and this : iForu;o m many oi tnem be tore tha minim Tii.. .u - : i - . i ..iiwj ... louoiviru many flattering compliments for the dignified and creditable manner in which they all took the a, oiTOiany luo arm or marc n in which tUeV all WAnt thrm.nh mil. u movements without a mistake, showing much i j luiao uiua xvicnarason pre sided at the piano in her usual acceptable manner. Mrs. H. F. Samnann nf Rn-in-AaU u .Mtinun iu Mswii yuaieraay. James T. Mavnard. .Tr haa m - - -j Aia uecu IU VUOB- vwa a Lfaib Ul LUC1 WHHK BlIAnninar tha ta.nha..' . . wavucig meetings. Miss Ida Wright is at her home a few days this week frnm tha Tti-o til Un. 4 a. v A . - - wv AiHtviauuiu lobroHb wnere she has been employed as an attendant for Cl. P! M Arn'am ami il.nf.Li XT. -w - "oujjuior ui new x.on- UOn. LOntl . WArA tha fru not a nf... a" I A n u xi,-;-n ?-a.i7.. . r iaili"y mwuwouu a par ui U11S W66K. A number from this place took in the ex cursion to Nantasket Tester da v. Complaint is being made that the public watering trough near the new cemetery is "w" b pviut-Du mi iul ut times norses refuse to drink tha warar Ti- k j i t "in ucsiaii wiLouui inrtner notice. MiaA Hllftia TTnltnn nf.mil 1 . 1 1 . . . . - iniuiiiuii w 11D1 UUU1Q lu Barhngton Thursday after a few weeks' visit in f ha lavtnTa- T T tt.ii Tha tAlarthnrta i- ki a , -v.vuuuv wu M uoiuk ioiuuvbu irom tha vrilln aU i . t . -aaw luiaa m vua now pules recently set upon the railroad and in due time the old poles mm. 1 1 Ka Hnsa.J lr, it. 1. l nw w iBuivTou 11 uui wo uigaway. Miftd Mar Willi'ami nf TZa11. TT - J fuuwo i-BUB lm VT.altlnr ...nJf.tL.. T J T- i ""'u aji nuuiaiunj. tiuago A.eilOgg. Minn Smith nf V,-.rtri TTsvan Lr:. -r- --- w. AVAV.VU AUU AU19B rVCI of Mt. Carmel, Conn., are spending two " WBO MA1UU1V UU11.U. Carl Rice of Grafton spent a few days with k a a, nnnaCn I TT 1 . a ... a. wuom, van uuucrwwju, me nrst of the week. Miaa fand Trndai-a-rnnd Vsa m4h..j a i uaa a cbui uou MJ OOr home after a protracted sUy with her brother. riV TTi.HaaaJ T 1 f 1 -VT n wuuoinwu ui xiiauturu, it. SUMMER COTTAGES! I CAN INSURE SUMMER COTTAGES IN FIRST-CLASS COMPANIES AT REASONABLE RATES. Call or Write for Terms. EDWARD L. WALKER, . BELLOWS FALLS, VT. A Clergyman's Experience. M.D. Jump. D. D.. Writes: "It ftffnrrl. ma testify to the value of Henry & Johnson's Arnica and Oil Liniment, which I used with tie most satisfactory results. Not long since, as the result of a cold and ex- tcouiv- -ise oi me organs of t h throat, I suffered preatlv frnm ii tl ,mmn;n .ni duration of the tonsils. After trying sev jral remedies I bethought me of your lini ment, and by a single application over oieht the trouble u nntiralv and I was able to go on with my work." Stevens' Farm Agency. Do You Want to Sell Your Farm or Home? H0TBL rULLEaTOK BI BJC1D. T.a.t w a,1 n...l . : V i i . it "-"-J auuu. ii o CIOCK Hotel Fullerton was discovered on fir in the basement of the ell, and in a few minutes iuuiu TTDia on nana, DOia in. Aid Steam Fire Engine company and ToMmite EnciD. CAinnanv frnm .u. .1 1 .i -i i :i 1 1 q j -. . .u i t ji.i. . iii. a .uu no firemen ever worke betur than th.y did. Hose was atUched to one of tha new hydrant, and it did most excellent work. After ha.-- ngnung lor about on hour and a quarter U. Mr. and Mr.. Frail TT. Pirr. . born July 25. ' Tha Miaaaa AaVar nf V.. Vnl l.n town Thursday after a two weeks' stay at tne ja.pio.. New arrivals at tha Mindnti TTnna. iu. nay. Miss Preston has been a guest of her sister. Mrs. N. 6. Brooks. Dm'll narfv Af An namila .1 a of .he excursion to Nantasket Friday. Miss Orace Hunt entertained the Ladies' SewiniT enoietv nt tha VnicM u.i w v Th A tl i'Mvaa vuuicn a aa w oKtmj aaavauwu The many friends of Mra. James Hunt are inoarou ... couTaioscence, which permits her daily drives about tha villas.. Th. Rnlannnal Snni.tw mA 1..TJ i. , ' f-l 1 A n ,i n . , 1 7 iL-i . - , ...... u ...... . vu urn irrami u. oper etta, "Merry Milkmaids," will o. produced Tommy Vze got de toothache aw fully. Visitor Ton ahould have tha tooth filled. Tommy. Tommy I did have It filled. That's wuui maKes it acne so. ' Visitor 1 never heard of mich a thing. Did yon have It filled with gold? lommy Ko m: Had it fniod w-ith jTumdropa. Chlcajro News. Laaklac to tha Fntira "The widow eeema to take irreat In terest in old Uoldthwalti.." "She thinks that If she takes Interest Cow she'll bave tha principal laUr." If SO. we KMrutnt-nillv .liA : --m 1 uuiii.1, .uo iii i r- tege of finding a purchaser for the same, vve make a specialty of selling Farms and Village Homes, and believe our fatalities to be unsurpassed. W do nnt you to sign any contract, and make no vu.igo ui any sana unless we furnish a nurchaser. Ton .m at irk.- - n ui ii 1 H1U1 araw the estate from our hands at any -"' u iu uu uve nnnarea larms to our list this snrinir- anI hana . arrangements with W. B. Carpenter to A V llrlltia III J . A 11 Tl a . a u" "ran us a ran aesenpaon with Photo, if possible. We not only advertise in tbe Ronton nanaaa M .Tt ... , T, 1' "1 "i H" Tl Ul publish a Farm list which will be mailed rree to any possible purchaser. Dron a card tn. nr nail nn W n penter,- Bellows Falls, Vt, and be will iuo matter prompt attention. L. M. STEVENS, ; .Herald Building, Boaton, Mass.