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Royal" Blue Flame
Wickless Oil Cook Stoves. These Stoves are the most wonderful Oil Cooks ever invented and are fast revolutionizing the burning of Oil for Cooking purposes. They burn ordinary Coal Oil, (Lamp Oil), have no wick, give a power ful blue gas flame and are a joy and comfort to every one desiring the simplest, safest, quickest and best Oil Cook Stove on the market. SAFETY. The flame cannot be made too large. The Oil cannot overflow the burner. The makers know of no conditions in which the Stove will be unsafe even in the hands of the most careless. The burner cups are brazed with pure silver solder, a sure guarantee against leakages. SIMPLICITY. It does not take an engineer or an expert mechanic to run the "Ivoyal" etoves, they operate similar to a gas range; turn on the valve and light, and when the flame is of the proper density and blue color, go ahead with the cooking, the stove will care for itself. ECONOMY. For cheap, easy and quick cooking, our Wickless 'Blue Flame Stoves have no equal. They combine the efficiency of the coal range and the convenience and comfort of the gas range at a fraction of the expense of either. An abso lutely safe and clean stove; will not smoke, smell or get greasy; can't ex plode. Can be moved anywhere. CONVERTIBLE. Elegant enameled cast iron stands can be supplied for converting low stoves into high stoves. The finish is the best. They are enameled and decorated and fitted with nickel trimmings', which make them handsome in appearance. A great and valuable improvement over old style no dirt pocket?, nests or corners for accumulating dust and rubbish. " , Always Buy the Royal Stoves. They are the Best. Geo. E. Welch & Son. WATCHES JEWE.LRV AND SILVER WARE Headquarters FOR FISHING TACKLE, BASE BALL GOODS. CAMERAS AND SUPPLIES. We carry various sizes of the Stan ley, R. 0. C. and other popular Dry Plates. Velox, Solio, Royal, Cyco, Blue Print and Self Toning papers and Films! Films! of all the sizes most in use, in fact, almost every thing needed by the Amateur Photographer to be sold at a fraction above cost. The Ray, the Poco, Ansco and other Cameras, $3,00 tO $!0,00. It will pay you to look over our goods before buying. W. J. EATON & CO. The Reliable Jewelers and Opticians, COMPETENT CLERICAL HELP "Turinbllea prom pay by liie Shorthand &TLGfA nr. STENOGRAPHERS, BOOKKEEPERS TYPEWRITER and TELEURAPH OPEK ATOR8, Scbool Catalogue free on application. Address CARNELL & HOIT.lAlbany.N. Y. dr. c w. Mcpherson, sis of the i I OSTEOPATHIC SANITARIUM, CLARE MONT, N. H. Chronic Diseases a Specialty. -31. ARMS BLOCK, BELLOWS FALLS. Roars, 8-30 to 11.30 A. M. .MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY. Write for Literature. Quick Arrest. J. A. Gulledee of Verbena, Ala., was twice in the hospital from a severe case of -piles causing 24 tumors. After doctors and till remedies failed, Bucklen's Arnica Salve crnickly arrested further inflammation and cored him. It conquers aches and kills jin. 25c at The Corner Drug Store. FOR SALE At A Bargain. Wood-Working Machinery What remains of uie Wood working Shop on Russell street, "consisting of 40 horse-power en gine, bailer, blower, moulder, belt saw etc. Three Good Lots. Also the lot 168 feet on Russell street, and 133 feet deep; , will make three good lots. INQUIRE OF Moses Miller, BELLOWS FALLS. BELLOWS FALLS REAL ESTATE AGENCY. SIMPLY A WONDER. Cottage house with barn, one acre land, best of spring water, in nice vil lage, 3 minutes walk to store, post ottice, church and depot. All for $125. The most for the money in Windham Co. ONLY 5 MILES OUT. Farm of 40 acres, fine large 2 story house with slate roof with good barns sheds, etc., fine water at house and barn, cuts 15 tons hay, wood for farm. This farm is but 1-4 mile from a pretty village, church, store, school etc., and must be sold. The price has been S1G00 but make an offer. IN WESTMINSTER. Here is the good old New England homestead of 200 acres, 40 acres til lage in a high state of cultivation ; large house, two barns, sheds, car riage house, corn barn and never failing water; fine apple orchard; lots of wood ; will keep 15 cows and team ; 2 miles to church, store, and post office ; 1-2 mile to school. Buy this and be happy. Price only $2000, small part cash. Everything in Real Estate H. W. HOWARD, I Arms Block, - Bellows Falls, Vt. WANTED. 50 farms, stores, woodlots, village resi dences. Buyers and sellers gt the bene fit free of our co-operative city and coun try adv. 26 million feet standing timber for sale. Send for Monthly Journal. GEO. M. MOORE, Ludlow, Yt. Bellows Falls Times TUURSDAV, MAY 21, 1003. Bellows Falls News 3 T. E, Houlihan passed Sunday in Rut laud. Miss Grace Moore visited in Keene, N. II., Sunday. G. II. Babbitt will be marshal on Me morial day. A son was born to Rev. and Mrs. C. W. Jackson Sunday. Mrs. Edna Willis from Athol, Mass., is visiting her parents. Fred Smith was in Fitcliburg, Mass., Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Scott Lovell returned Saturday from a visit with friends in Ilolyoke, Mass. Several from here attended the auction Tuesday at M. A. Wilder's hotel in Sax tons River. C. L. Dodge ( f Worcester, Mass., was in town last week en route to his former home in Grafton. Mrs. F. F. Boynton and child of South Uadley, Mass., is this week the guest of Mrs. Scott Lovell. Miss Jessie Ryder went yesterday to Downsville, X. Y., for a month's stay with her aunt, Mrs. J. W. Xarramore. Mrs. Anna Kibbey of Worcester,Mass., came last Friday for a visit with Mrs.-S. E. Hellish and other friends in town. Hrs. William E. Harris of Springfield, Mass., is caring for her mother, Mrs. John Brown, who is ill with bilious fever. J. A. Thwing has sold a building lot to Alfred X.-Young of Gageville. The sale was made through C. W. Labaree's agency. lit. Rev. A. C. A. Hall, bishop of the diocese, will administer confirmation in Immanuel church Friday evening at 7.30 o'clock. The last issue of the New England Homestead contains an article by A. A. Halladay of this place on "How I Grow Strawberries." Hatthew E. Murphy is a new man in H. H. Davis' drug store. Mr. Murphy is a registered pharmacist and came here from Dover, N". H. "The Citizen's Library" is the name of a library established on the two-cent-a-day plan by Rev. J. H. Reid in his newspaper office in Walden, N. Y. The Knights of Tythias will observe Memorial Sunday by going in a body to the Universalist church and listening to a sermon by Rev. W. W. Hooper. IT. F. Kiniry declined a re-election as treasurer of the International Brother hood of Paper Hakers at the national convention held at Erie, Pa., last week. D. C. McFerren has succeeded Eddie Saker in Damon's meat market. Hr. Saker goes to Saratoga, X. Y., tomorrow where he will have charge of a restau rant. Two cottages are being built in Gage ville opposite Glynn's blacksmith shop. Frank McGowan is building one and Hrs. Burton, who lives with him, is building the other. The Knights of Pythias and Rathbone Sisters will join next Honday evening in carrying out a musical and literary pro gram. The " Knights of Pythias band will provide music. G. L. Ilapgood resigned as baggage master at the depot Hay 1 and was suc ceeded by G. T. Wheeler. Hr. Hapgood had held the job 30 years and thought it was time to enjoy a change. An annual bean supper will be served by the W. R. C. in Banquet hall next Wednesday evening from 5.30 to 7 o'clock. The proceeds will be used to purchase flowers for Memorial day. , The boxing event before the Fall Mountain Athletic club in North Wal pole Thursday evening did not attract a large crowd, but was spoken of by those present as one of the best of the season. The Veimont academy team will play thevKeene high school team at Barber park at 3 p. m. Saturday. The academy team will play the Kimball Union acad emy team at the park on the afternoon of Memorial day. What has heretofore been called Wil liams' orchard will hereafter be' called Williams' Teriace. The road through the ravine to the New Terrace will be called Burt Place, it being really an ex tension of that street. The Knights Templar commanderies at Claremont, Windsor Bellows Falls, Keene and Brattleboro will hold the annual field day with Sullivan conimand ery in Claremont October 7. This was decided at a meeting of the committee having the matter in charge at a meeting held in Bellows Falls May 8. Miss Edith Wetlierbee, Miss Bertelle Nellis, Miss Bertha Wiggin, E. G. Osgood and William B. Hayes spent Wednesday and Thursday of last week in Ludlow as delegates from the Christian Endeavor society of the Congregational church to the Black River Union convention. They report very pleasant and helpful meet ings. J. L. Savage, E. W. Nolan, A. A. Mc Carthy, E. W. Cray, J. II. Kiniry, P. C. Cray, William Burns, John C. Hennes sey, William Chary and Edward How ard went to Glens Fulls, N. Y., Sunday to attend an assembly ol Knights, of Columbus, who had gathered in that city for degree work. About 1500 knights were in attendance and the Mist, second and third degrees were worked. The court commissioners made an award of ?175 to the Weston place on the Westminster road and 6225 to the Church place. Because of laying the second track for the Boston & Maine and the widening 0f the highway to three rods both of these places will lose a good portion of the front yards. It is under stood that an appeal will be taken from the decision. The Corlew claim for damages was settled and the house will be moved back the necessary distance. The Young People's society of the Baptist church will serve a supper in the vestry of the church Tuesday, May 27. In connection with supper the Farther Light society will hold an apron sale. The following is the menu for the sup per: Comniontaters, cold carved crea ture, excellent edible, condiments, choice crystals, extraordinary exerciser, cereal compound, country cousin's comforts, extra edition, cook's curious composi tion, everlasting enticement, Endeavor er's elixir, cordial cheer, everyday essen tial, confusion ended. The 14th anniversary of the founding of the general order of the Epworth League was fittingly celebrated by the local League at the Methodist church Sunday evening at the usual hour of service. An i ddress was given by the pastor, Rev. L. O. Sherburne, to the young people, a large number of whom were present. Mr. Sherburne's theme was character building. He spoke very earnestly concerning the value of char acter and the qualities essential to the building of good characters. . We notice that Rev. J. II. Reid in his Walden Citizen advocates the formation of a golf club in Walden. Hear him rave: "In regard to the game itself, without doubt it is the finest sport ever devised by the mind of man. Golf is everybody's game; young anil old, fat and lean, male and female can play it. It is a game of skill; it is a splendid out-door exercise and it is a social game. Tennis is violent and unsocial, few can play baseball, but all can play golf, and while it is an ex ceedingly social game, yet one can play against himself and alone." If half of this is true golf must indeed be a splen did game. One can play solitaire or all the world can take a hand. If Mr. Reid already has time to play golf he must be progressing rapidly in the art of news paper publishing. Rally at Baptist Church. An enthusiastic missionary rally was held in the Baptist church Thursday afternoon and evening under the direc tion of R. F. Witter, district secretary of the A. 15. H. U. A bighly interesting and instructive program had been ar ranged which was well carried out. There were about 125 out-of-town dele gates present and the church was well filled at all of the services. The principal speaker at both the afternoon and evening sessions was Rev. W. M. Upcraft, a missionary in West China. His address, "Story of West China Missions and the Mission Outlook of the Great Empire," was listened to with rapt attention by the large audi ence present at the evening session. Mr. Upcraft told in a thrilling way of the ex periences, the fears and the hopes of the missionary in China. He is a fascinat ing speaker who knows conditions in China thoroughly and is evidently great ly in love with his work. Hospital Incorporators Meet. The annual meeting of the incorpora tors of the Rockingliam Hospital associ ation was held in Banquet hall Friday afternoon, President G. H. Babbitt pre siding. J. W. Flint was elected an incor porator to succeed S. T. Coy, deceased, and was also elected a director to suc ceed D. P. Iliggins, resigned. The rest of the board of directors were re elected as follows: G. II. Babbitt, N. G. Wil liams, G. B. Wheeler, G. R. Wales, J', j. Fenton, J. Ct Day, W. C. Belknap and F. G. Pierce. The question of whether or not a hospital should be built was dis cussed at some length. Several ex pressed the opinion that because of the smalluess of the subscription no effort ought to be made to build a new hospi tal building on the Morgan lot. They thought that if a hospital is to be started at all some house, suitably located, should be purchased or leased and the enterprise started on a moderate scale, It was thought that even if a start was made in this way the town ought to con tribute 5 per cent on the grand list toward the annual support of the hospi tal. A meeting of the directors will be held in the near future add a definite plan of action will then be decided upon. Commercial House Leased. The Commercial House has , been leased to S. D. McLeod. It has been put in a thorough state of repair and will be newly furnished. Mr. McLeod says that he proposes to run a first-class house on the European plan and will make more of a bid for transient business than his predecessors have. His experience in running a restaurant will assist him ma terially in carrying out his program suc cessfully. He has applied for a first class license and notice of a public hear ing on the application is given in anoth er column. SAVE ! V"- yr ifsi1 v.-1 7 f for t. y ,"7fr HOW By using Washburn they will make 20 more loaf; it means $1.00 a barrel. When you purchase Medal or Superlative flours you are purchasing the World, the Name Of the firm is On every barrel and acknowledged by the leading chemists and experts to be the highest attainment possible in milling. Insist on Having WELCH' t ' THE IBfila GRAPE JUICE Is all this and more. IT ALLAYS THE DES.SE FOR ALCOHOLICS For Mothers mm F. B. F. GROCERY' CO. YOU R ? Crosby's GOLD MEDAL loaves to the a barrel than "THESE FLOURS" and Must contain neither, irritating acids nor poisonous ferments to injure the system. Must be cooling, satisfying, nourishing and palatable. Plli and Children the For the fa mi y board, a drink unexcelled. We serve it by the glass or bottle. Inquire our price before purchasing elsewhere. O N -E Y HOW ? or SUPERLATIVE flours, the ordinary flour at 5c a Washburn Crosby's Gold Highest Grade Manufactured in the Do Not Be Misled ! ! DRINK WELCH'S GRAPE JUICE Is made from choicest Con cord Grapes grown in a Vegion famous for producing, tnest flavored fruit. For nutrient qualities there's no grape like the Concord.- Best of Tonics.