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..IN Windham or Windsor Counties. None Larger In'Cheshlre or Sullivan Countte. How It Costs No More than Others, Vet Contains MORH IOC A I, NEWS, MOMt; STATU MiWS, JUOKii UliMiKAU RliAlllNQ. Ouirantccd Circulation 3000 Copies Weekly. 11 HOI TEN PAGES. VOL. XLVIII., NO BELLOWS FALLS, VT., THURSDAY, MAY 19. DCLLUvva raLW, vi ini'"ni, 7, 1903. FIVE CENTS A COPV 1 . 1 "1 1 1 ; vxmiiiiiis WHAT COMES fi: after a successful cut price sale ? Odds and ends o broken lines as naturally as ducks take to water therefore we have picked out all such goods, which comprise Boots, Shoes, Oxfords and Slippers for men, women and children, and marked them down 1 at prices regardless of cost, such as 79c, 99c, $1.19, 81.89, $1.49, $1.09, $1.99, $2.39, $2.49 and $2.C9, which is sure to clean out the whole lot. While you can get excellent bargains here you can also get all the latest styles of Footwear. J. T KFPPF WE REPAIR SHOES. Fishing Before buying line we would show you SPLIT BAIYIBO POLES $1.00. STEEL RODS, $4.50. Baskets, Reels, Lines, Hooks, Bait Boxes, Sinkers. Shakespeare Revolution and Phantom Baits, Drinking Cups. Buy a Fish Scale and tell a good story. Howard Hardware Co. At I refer to the different styles of Carriages and Harness I have, and will only be too glad to have you come in and look them over. Stylish, well made, durable and the lowest pos sible price. My line of Surreys is complete. W. G. PARKER. SUCCESSOR TO KIMBALL CARRIAGE CO., BRANCH. CANAL ST. Nothing Better Than the - Best ! ! BARRE GRANITE IS THE STANDARD. The claim .often is made for other Granites that they are as good as Barre, but never that they are better. You are told it is dearer. That is not so. It may cost at times a little more, but the final result makes it the cheapest. Barre Granite not only is the BEST but also the CHEAPEST C. D. SWASEY & CO. Office and Works Opposite Mfg., Barre Granite and C. V. Station, Barre, Vt. General Line of Cemetery Work Refrigerators 1 I A NEW LINE, Prices range from $12 to $15. OIL. STOVES, most complete line ever carried in Saxtons River. Prices range from 6Sc to $15. We wish to call your attention to the complete line of Lisk's Tin and f out -coated Enamel Ware. WASH BOILERS, $1.75 to $3.50. Our line was never so complete as now. OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENT. The public well knows that our grades of Groceries, Fruit and confectionery are the best. We shall endeavor in the future to give our patrons prompt attention in this line. We shall appreciate your continued patronage. FAY S. FULLER, SUCCESSOR TO SIMONDS & FULLER, SAXTONS RIVER, VT. Bellows Falls, Vt. Tackle ! ! we have a fine be pleased to. THEY'RE GONG a Pretty Fast Clip iiiiii ii ii ii BeMows Falls Times THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1903. WINDHAM COUNTY COURT. Term Closed Friday List of, Divorces Granted. In addition to the cases already report ed the following court business was transacted during the term. Austin 11. Lackey vs. M. W. Newton, Apt.; judgment for plaintiff on report of O. K. Hutterfield, referee, for foO.-lO and costs. Hurt Chellis vs. diaries A. and Walter Castle;' judgment for plaintiff. Nellie Finney vs. John F. Alexander, Jr.; judgment for plaintiff on report of O. E. Butterlield, referee, for ?C1 and c'osts. L. II. Stellman, Apt., vs. Burt Chellis; judgment for plaintiff on report of Ref eree O. E. Butterlield for $15; exceptions by both parties. C. U. Staples, Admr., vs. Manley Bros., Apts., referred to F. A. liolles. William M. Martin vs. Henry E. Adams and trustee; judgment for plaint iff by stipulation for ?100 without costs. Charles S. White vs. Bellows Falls Lum ber company. Apt.; judgment for plaint iff for 200 and costs with Interest. S. J. Cray, Apt., vs. Bellows Falls Lumber company; judgment for plaintiff for 8200, interest and costs. John Galvin vs. Ed ward K. Lynch; judgment for plaintiff as per stipulation. Arthur C. Spencer vs. T. E. Stock well; judgment for plaintiff on agreed statement of facts; exceptions by defendant. Clarence S. Stockwell vs. Frank J. Bailey, Apt. and trustee; judg ment for plaiutiff for .3121 ami costs; continued as to trustee. Lewis A. Day vs. Luella F. Noyes and trustee; judgment for plaintiff; James C. Day vs. Luella F. Noyes and trustee; judgment for plaintiff; Harriet K. Wil bur vs. Ezra L. and Julia L. Fisher; judg ment for plaintiff. Margaret Fortier vs. George E. 1'age and trustees; judgment that the trustees are not chargeable, that the claimant is entitled to the fund, and that the trustees and claimant recover their costs; .exceptions by plaintiff. O. H.. Carpenter vs. Luella F. Noyes and trustee; judgment for plaintiff against defendant and trustee. Executors of Mary E. Goodhue vs. Charles H. Thomp son judgment to account as per stipu lation; J. G. Sargent, auditor. Francis A. Sylvester vs. Lorenzo II. d ore; judg ment for plaintiff; damages assessed at $405.27. The White-Warner company vs. John J. O'Neil; judgment for plain tiff. T. M. Lewis vs. George M. Cory; judgment for plaintiff by default. Charles C. IJartlett vs. Daniel P. Fres cott and trustees. This ease was the subject of much controversy during the term over the report of J. A. Merrill, referee, who found a balance of some ;!800 due the plaiutiff about double the sum for which the writ was brought to recover. The case was finally re-com-mitted to the referee for further argu ment by counsel. In the case of Guild ford vs. O'Brien & Shehan and trustees, growing out of the construction of the Rutland Canadian R. R., C. II. Williams was appointed commissioner. Elroy Kent pleaded guilty to the larceny of $8 in money from a relative in Urattleboro and was sentenced to the state prison for a maximum term of 2 1-2 years, mini mum term of 2 years. Em'il Bowman, the Swede who committed an assault on a fellow workman at West "Dummerston last spring, was released on his own recognizance in the sum of $300, his Brattleboro friends agreeing to look after him. Merton Williams of Jamaica was fined $15 and c'osts for larceny. The following divorces were granted during the term: Fred W. Morse from Bertha L. Morse, for wilful desertion; May Provost from George Provost, in tolerable severity; Alice M. Dean from Robert II. Dean, intolerable severity; Jndson II. Cole from Nellie May Cole, desertion; Estella Felton from Edward O. Felton, intolerable severity; Margaret Taylor from Henry Leroy Taylor, wilful refusal to support; Henry S. Whidden from Lottie K. Whidden, adultery; Pattie D. Scott from Richard M. Scott, deser tion; Elsie E. Goodell from Ernest II. Goodell, intolerable severity and icfusal to support; Anna L. Greenleaf from Mel len C. Greenleaf. desertion; Mabel E. Farnsworth from Sidney I). Farnswortli. wilful refusal to support; Amanda L, Rand from Frank T. Rand, desertion; Millie T. Jones from Myron A. Jones, intolerable severity; Elsie C. Paige from Frederick W. Paige, refusal to support; Joshua II. Blakley from Mary S. Blak ley, intolerable severity. Decrees of foreclosures were granted as follows: George U. Smith vs. Charles B. Alexander; Bellows Falls Savings In stitution vs. Charles A. Dickinson, et als.; George E. Evans vs. C. A. Dickin son, et als.; Edgar II. Davenport vs. Herbert N. Gunn. etals.; Joseph P. Boyce vs. Mary J. McVeigh; Charles E. Tyler vs. Irwin J. Carey anil wife; Brattleboro Savings bank vs. Moses D. Fisher, et als.; Brattleboro Savings bank vs. Charles II. Davenport, et als ; Wilmington Savings bank vs. George E. Athertou; John F. Alexander, Jr.. vs. Ursula B. Stevens, et als.; Herman Holt vs. Saiah L. Nichols; Herman Holt vs. Elniira L. and L. W. Tuttle; Burt Chellis vs. Edwin W. Tur tle; Herbert G. Barber vs. Arthur G. Belden, etals.; George T. Lovell vs. Ed win C. Barrett; Alma E. Griffin vs. F. E. and Laura Battey. Chancellor Munson filed a decretal or der in Chilson C. Fairbanks and wife vs. Town of Rockingham. The town is to pay Jessie M. Parker $1205.00 and Chis holm C. Fairbank, E. C. Fairbank, ad ministrator, and Lilly A. Fairbank $2794.80, and $000 additional in event the street shall be worked the full surveyed w idth. In case Alonzo P. Clough vs. Moses and Willie F. Johnson the chan cellor's decision was in favor of the plaintiff. Final adjournment was had Saturday morning, May 2. MARRIED. In Weston, May 1, by Rev. F. A. Wood worth, Isaac F. Smith of Weston and Mrs. Jennie Brown of Newport, N. H. ALSTEAD. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Sliwwin.iue receiv. !,, ....,.,, I, w tint birth of a ilmu.h. ter Sunday, May 3.' Mrs-Itlj u'i, who has Sunday, May 3. jurs. j-v no mm en stopping for soni time at JMr.l)erb '8 Bellows Falls, is with "'e family as been at nurse. C. II. Dunton passed Sunday with Mrs. Dunton, who is caring for ber ukhI parents in the village, returning to Worcester Tuesday. Rev. J. P. Richardson is ivay for the week w ith friends in Praou' , Mass., his native tow n. Miss S. A. Porter is away this date, a guest of Mrs. C. P. Smith at A worth. Following the afternoon session of school Monday next the "Happy H'-lpers" will hold a meeting at the vest iv I" which the public ii cordially invitfil. Music and other exercises will be of lr mm to all who desire to know what I us band of mercy is engaged in doing. Miss Fiske declining loser e upon the committee to make arriuif "incuts for Children's day. Mrs. E. M. Siu (h has been chosen in her stead. Miss Blanche Chapin expe t? to com plete her vacation and return t St. Mary's convent, Manchester, this wee . Mrs. B. E. Foster, who af'dsted Miss Black in the millinery depart ,ueiit while in this village last week, atroi ipanied her to South Acworth Monday.' remaining three days. Improvements have been in progress for the past days at the Samuel Chandler home, painting, papering, etc The ball held at the town liall Friday evening drew together a pleasant company 82 tickets having been sold. T ie K. of P band furnished the music, giving an enjoy able concert during the earliei portion of the evening. The affair, which was under the auspices of the grange people of War ren Pond grange, netted the soi iety a little auove ??4U. The Misses Turner, Stone and Cooke at tended services at the Episcopal church at Drewsville, Sunday afternoon, .tie v. air, Shrimpton of Atliol, Mass., served as rector. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Anderson and Maree- line were with Mrs. Anderson's parents at Lempster over Sunday. W. H." Webster was in town from Creen field, Mass., to attend the dance Friday evening. Dame Humor has it that. ('. H. i . ! re turns to this place for a penuanei i tay shortly Miss Bessie Farr of Holyoke, Mas.., who has but recently returned from u tour abroad, is expected here as the giu-st of Miss Lucia Turner, in the near future. Galon Howard as knight of the rilihons with Mesilames Lewis, Wallace ami Grif fin, was at Acworth early in the ween Miss Beatrice Id. Porter, a student at the Rutland Business college, was home trom Friday till Monday and though entering the school but a short time since her nver age for the past month was 9 1-30, stenogra phy and typewriting oeing entirely new studies. Her deportment was perfect, marking 1U As E. G. Busvvell and G. C. Pinsinore driving down Church hill Sunday after noon at a lively pace, reined the animal in to tne noine yard, tue Imgp.v .h over turned throwing the occupaitA to the ground. Mr. liuswell received the sreati shock but was soon on his feet niovii around as though perfectly unconcern e The buggy was somewhat demolished :ml taken all in all it was a narrow escape. Mrs. G. F. Lewis and Mrs. K.f II. Bra ett drove to Marlow Wednesday week and anil passed the'day atC. L Lewis The Al Martz entertainment on Tuesday evening was well patronized as it de served. Mr. and Mrs. J. Stratton Walker, Charlestown, were among the party at th dance Friday evening. Miss Eva R. Purge comes this week trom t lie pleasant outing with Massachu setts menus. Farmers and gardeners are busy putting seed into the ground which nature has made ready by the warm and sultry days followed by the timely rum of Sunday niglit. Warren J. Sherwin, whose home at Grafton has been saddened by the passing on ot Ins wile, is to make this village his Home with lus son, t . V. bherwni. The arrangements so far perfected for the observance of Memorial day are that the G. A. It. and W. R. C. will attend di vine service in a body on Sunday after noon. May 21, at Alstead Center. Rev. H. S. Ives is the pastor. Walpole band furn ishes the music and George Parsons of est Concord will deliver the oration THE AMERICAN FIDELITY CO. MONTPELIER, VT. SURETY BONDS ACCIDENT IKSUR1KCB. E. L. Walker, Bellows I an Lawrence & Wheeler, Springfield A. 11. Humphrey, Ludlow J.C. Enrlght, Windsor AGENTS. VIOLIN RECITAL I MISS H. W. GOVE and PUPILS assisted by MISS EVA' BURGE, Accompanist, and MR. h. w. heath, Reader, at FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, ON... Monday, May II, 1903, 8.00 P. M. ADMISSION - 25c. Tickets on sale at Mason's Music Store and runers Drug store. ilo we not'eeil verv littln t.ivUv i this Nection on Arbor day, much shrubbery has i purchased by our people this snrin ?, ami many irult and shade trees boen set along the way anil about f'hartlti ntnl litwnu nave the orch WALPOLE. Mr. and Mrs. G. Velnor T.oiio liavn a daughter born April 27. Mr. and Mrs. Ilenrv N. Cameron lnivn a daughter born April 23. Charles E. Saraent of Ware. Mass.. has erected a granite stone in the village eein- every in memory 01 uis wile. Gen. T. Nelson Hastinfrs went tr Ronton Monday. Horace A. T'errv nnnearetl Mnniljiv wit.h his depot carriage newly painted. Mrs. II. V. Hollows ntwl her iliuiirliter Miss Ellen I). Ilellows of ISoston, sailed Saturday on the Commonwealth for a stay abroad. Mrs. Harrison P. Hridse snent Sundav with her sister, Miss Mary Toby. Mrs. Bridge and her son Gardiner together with the Misses Lock wood sailed for Europe Tuesday, May 5, leaving Jioston on the Cunard S. S. Saxonia. Patrick Drislane has venljieeil t.lw. on his house which was demolished hv a snow slide last winter. Nathaniel W. Holland has been repair ing the piazza on bis house during the last week. Mrs. C. W. Shaw returned Thursday, April 30, from a short visit in Boston. Much interest has been aroused during the last week over the forthcoming benefit given by the Walpole brass band. Ever since the band was organized it has been a popular institution in town and the con cert and ball Wednesday evening was well patronized. One object the band has in giving the benefit is to enable them to buy uniforms. Several of the local tradesmen generously donated various articles from their stock to be voted upon and to be awarded by clever guessing. Among those were a doll given by Knowbon , liutt'um voted to the most popular girl in town ; a barrel of Hour given by Pe-ry . Porter, as the result of guessing the number of seeds in a squash ; five pounds of candy given by John A. Weber; a pair of shoes given by F. A. Spaulding; a gas stove given by Charles V. Morse and a box of cigars given by Frank Sibley. Mrs. II. If. Sawyer returned from her visit in Boston and Somerville, Mass., early last week. Mrs. W. C. Banning returned Wednes day, April 29, from a visit of several weeks in Boston and vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick I. Nichols visit ed with Mr. and Mrs. John W. Hay ward last week, leaving for Greenfield, Mass., Saturday. Episcopal services were held Sunday, May 3, in the parish room by Rev. Mr. Shrimpton of Athol, Mass. Rev. Mr. Shrimpton will also conduct services in town next Sunday, May 10. Judge Henry Rowland and Miss Frances Howland visited Hon. and Mrs. J. G. Bel lows last week. Dr. John Howland also spent Sunday in town. The Ladies' Sewing society of the Uni tarian church will hold a meeting Thurs day, May 7, at 2.30 o'clock with Mrs. i . A. jeootirveau. Mrs.' Helen M. Bates arrived in town Friday, May 1, and has opened her sum mer residence. The Misses Sabin have sold their farm at the top of High street to Edward W. Morse of Brookline, Mass. Mr. Morse spent Sunday in town visiting Mr. and Mrs. John W. Hay ward. He expects to move his furniture this week anil follow with his family soon after to spend the summer months. The Women's Alliance held its regular monthly meeting with Miss Mary H. Bel lows Friday afternoon, May 1. After the usual business was transacted Alfred How land, the artist, entertained the ladies' and guests present with a descriptive talk con cerning his travels in France, Germany and Holland. He told of each place visit ed as it appealed to the artist and also add ed enough of personal reminiscence to lend especial interest to his description. A vote of thanks was extended to Mr. How land at the close and all present felt they had laid an unusually interesting meet ing. Miss Fannie P. Mason arrived on Satur day, May 2, and will spend a few months at the Boggy Meadow residence. Mrs. Dickey observed her 91st birthday Tuesday, May 5. W. W. Porter went to Boston Tuesday for a business trip. The members of Congregational Home club will meet at the Congregational church parlors Wednesday afternoon, May 13, at half past two o'clock. THE FEDERATION MEETING. The Federation of the Young People's Religious Unions of the Upper Connecti cut Valley will meet in the Unitarian church, Walpole, Saturday afternoon, May 9. Delegates are expected from Brattle boro and Windsor, Vt., Lebanon, Charles town, Keene, Dublin and Peterboro, N. 11., and Winchendon, Mass. The delegates will be entertained by the local union in the parish house and lunch will be served at 12.30 o'clock. The public meeting at the church will.be open for all and will com mence at 2.13 o'clock p. M. There will be addresses and reports from unions. Rev. J. D. Reid of Greenfield, Mass., will give, an address upon "The Supremacy of the Ideal;" Rev. Charles B. Elder of Keene, X. H.. will speak upon the "Value of Fed eration Meetings." There will also be singing and other exercises. The local mi ion which is small in numbers expresses the hone that the people of the church ai d others will turn out well to the public neetmg. HOUGHTON V I LLE. On Wednesday, May 20, the real estate of the late John Blood will be sold at pub lic auction as auveruseu in another col umn. The services and Sunday school opened list Sunday with good attendance. We hone all who can will come. The more there are the more interesting for all. A. C. Xourse has been to Peru and re turned. Mrs. Xonrse went on to Manches ter and Dorset visiting friends. Mrs. Marie Bushee has gone to Spafford. n. a. Mm. Corey and Mr. and Mrs. Cole and child visited at Mrs. Hill's recently. ADVERTISED LETTERS. May 7, 1903 Ernest Beauferlir. John Boodzkiski, Wasyl Chioylon, Timothy Finegai, G. L. Gibson, Ernest Jager, Den nis Keley, A. Kafabjiah, Albert E. Mack, Mrs. C. . Miles, Mrs. Charlie O. Miles, FredH. Prouty, William Eufsee, Harry Smith, V. Shackett, To Surrogate, Albert Zenier. Wli GeOo IB. BELLOWS HAVE YOU TRIED SMITHS' BUCHU AND LITHIA KIDNEY PILLS? Weill They are all Right, WE SELL THEM. AT Fuller's Pharmacy TELEPHONE, 1012. E. L. WALKER, President. A. H. CHANDLER, CAPITAL, $100,000. Transacts a General Banking Business. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTHENT. . Safe Deposit Boxes in a fire and burglar proof vault to rent at reasonable rates . , V . . . Accounts of Individuals, . Firms and Corporations Respectfully Solicited. : : : PLANTS : : : J wish to state to the public that Mr. C. Rice, the well-known gardener of this city, has entire charge of my Greenhouses and Hotbeds this season and has now in stock and in first-class condition ready for sale Geraniums, Heliotrope, Coleus, Asters, and a variety of Bedding plants. He is grow ing 10,000 Tomato plants and has the earliest Tomato in cultivation to this date, besides several of the best known standard tomatoes. Do not fail to try his new early variety of Tomato, as it is a winner. Cabbage plants by the dozen or thousand now ready to set; they are frost-proof. Celery plants in their season by the thousands. Chas. W. Butterfield. SCHOOL SI., - TWO GREAT HOSIERY BARGAINS ! ! Ladies' fine gauge Black Hose, . regular 25c quality and sold by ; all other stores at that price. Our v ' price on this lot of 100 dozen Just 15c per pair. Children's fine ribbed Black Hose, regular 15c quality but slightly imperfect, sizes 5 to 10 only 10c per pair. 3 pairs for 25c. - AT ruiidiud 0jcuicmy oiuiu. UNION BLOCK, BELLOWS FALL5, VT BLUE FLAME OIL AND GASOLINE STOVES will be used more this jear than ever before. I have a few of each leftover from last season that will be sold at cost and less. I also have a very few second hand stoves in first-class condi tion that are bargains. Allfoee, FALLS, VT. C. E. HOWARD, Vice-President Treasurer. . Y BELLOWS FALLS.