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THE PHCBNIX SUPPLEMENT
APRIL 24, 1891.
I.iu.ojiiI a .lerin.t in (hut plare, "
I ax VI rmft,m., IU-...,, , .
II. K. KMder, uirinteinltiit of tehonh
!ii WaruMioro, has hit teachers for all the
tdiooU hi tnuti for the tmmtner term, ex
cept fn district No. 3, an follow Mi llary
Umltruooit of Towrifhend, No. 1 . Mi no
NellietKM-ler, No 2 : Mi Inn ltewl, No
4; MIm Altliea Bemi. No .1 ; Mix. M. F.
Underwood of UrevnHeM, Ma., No. f;
Mf Ijora Ilolden. No T The t hooU are
to bftfin in alt except No fi Uoudaj , May
4, No. fl beginning Monday, May 11
Krattu Holtlen, who has been ill for
Kotnn time, ubr much orw Monday.
Mr. A. K. Smith went to Stratton Mon
day to aiHt in caring for her mother, Mrs.
lxwe, uho h very ill
Mr. K. A Johntton'it dter, Mrs Murphy
from Ohio, ha come to iit her.
The thunder ami hail ttnrm of Saturday
afternoon wa iugulnrly uuetptal m itsdi
tribution, not n haiNtone being heu at
Home places only a nhort distance from the
village, while in the village they came mo
thick at to whiten the ground Som of
them were an large an bird's eggs, while at
kouih place w mduw s ere broken by them
C II. Jtyder'n road &i torn out badly.
Hnre and cattle were badly frightened
The Haptit church have voted to call a
council Mav lit. for the purpose nf ordain
ing Mr K. It Karle
The wool buyers hate Ih pin their round.
The house of Itev I' I" Barnard and
J. L Collltn are shining with tie" paint.
Mrs Or Jowlm of Hatnden, Conn., uho
has leeti visiting at her father's the paU
two week, returned home Wednesday.
The iiri-t thunder idiower of the f-easnn
visited u last aturday afternoon, and we
think enough (ire work were displayed to
last till the 4th of July. The lightning
struck a tree in V I Iane't yard, alo the
ground telephone wire, but no serious dam
age w a done.
Alvin Wright has been hating some of
his farm building tUted
The meetings of the V. I' S U K. will
uow begin at 7 o'clock, instead of (J I'O.
Mrs. JoIin of WuitMield in visiting her
iter, Mr. V A Nutting
V. S. Keun. who ha been ill with the
measles, is now able to be in the store again.
II. K Oascomb has been chosen the vice
president of the sophomore class at Dart
mouth college, and the treasurer is J K
liutsell of Walpole.
Mib Ktta lUndall diel Tuesday night
after a lingering illness of altout ten week.
She ha been a member of Dr. Stevens'
family for a number of years, and has been
highly esteemed, not only in the household,
but throughout the community. She was
an active and faithful member of the
Christiau Endeavor society from the start,
as also a member of the church bince 180.
Her sickness occasioned much anxiety in
her behalf and her loss is severely felt in
all Christian work and influence in the
community. The funeral services were at
tended on Friday at 11 a. m.. and the body
was taken to North Springfield for burial.
The Sugar Season.
The sugar season was at least au average
one in this tiehiity both f r ijuautity and
quality. In a few cases it wts not favorable.
0. C. Goodell's lot, for example, fell con
siderably Mow the usual production, it
having "a cold location, exjwsed to north
erly wind which prevailed for the most of
the season. Trees situated by water
course and with an easterly or southerly
exposure a a general thing have produced
far the most sap this season, hollowing
are the amounts reduced to a sugar basis
made by several of our largest producers,
J. H. Clark, 2200 pounds, E. B. Hall,
S0SO;P. U. Campbell, 1700; E. C. Har
low, 1000; E. O. Butterfield, 1440; Johu
Hitchcock. 1400 ; J. M. Towers, 12S0 ; A.
GoodeD, 1100; II. P. Itnnney, 1100; II. A.
Goodhue. 10.10 ; Charles Hall, 1W0 ; E.
Cook, W0 : H. P. Dinsmoor. S00. In most
case syrup was made and it is reckoned
on the bai of eight pounds to the gallon.
Sales bave len made at 70 cents lr gal-
.MimirnJiinnmmrMreMrw iiq'Mr7.lna'BiflwTr,t!a other . ay ut M. Al- h
hraries. , . , , I Uiwlhat the Central wasrea.ly .to meet tU
Ion in bulk to F. B. Locke by many of the
parties mentioned above. Syrup in -an
haw been sold at $ andjl 'l Sugar has
brought eight and ten cents per pound in
i!. F. J. Lane 1ms taken some at the
first mentioned price and Dr E H. I'etten
gill nlHMit 'MHI tiound at 10 cents to send
Vegetation is making such rapid strides
that we can hardly realize that we have
had one of the heaviest snow storms of the
winter thi month.
D. D. Dickinson. Geo Lamb and Mrs
Saben are indulging in new coat of paint
for their house
We were maddened to see the friends of
Mr?. Dexter pass through the village on
Wednesday with her Itody. Their coming
i usually attended with pleasure Mrs.
Dexter will Ik? very much missed here as
w ell a in her ow n village.
The magazine club met and sold their
Ifooks as previously announced. If all
knew they could buy $1 worth of reading
for 50 cents we think they would avail
thetnselte of the opjjortutiity.
Mr. and Mr. Geo. Clark and child are
at Mrs Saben'.
( )ur home teacher w ill be somew hat
scattered this summer Chas Brown has
begun hi school in the Parish, and Lina
Hunt at West Hummer ton Mrs. Abbie
Adam will teach at Marlboro Branch, Lu
etla William on Adams hill, Joie Steele in
Putney and Katie Hot in this village.
We regretted to learn that Rev J. A
Steele preached hi farewell sermon at the
MethiMiist church laht Sunday His family
has been much liked by all and we cau
hardly expect to have their places filled.
Mis Adeline Sparks, who recently broke
her right wrist and sustained other injuries
as the result of a fall, is cmite feeble.
Rev. and Mr. Tucker are attending the
Vermont Methodist conference at North
field. The close of the third year of Mr.
Tucker' pa-torote leaves the church which
he served in excellent condition spiritually
and numerically. Mr. and Mrs. Tucker
have endeared themselves to many outside
the Methodist church, and the desire for
their return is well nigh universal.
The spirit of thrift and neatness for which
our town is some hat noted was never more
apparent than this present season. New
shimrle. new paint, new walk and new
adornments of every kind greet one on
eery hand. When the Iron Steed" shall
come pulling to us his first greeting he will
find as neat and enterprising alittle village
as one might wish to see.
Spencer A' Leonard's purchases of maple
sugar and syrup will exceed in value $7000
foi the present season.
Mrs. C. M.Russell has returned from New
York with a tine liue of millinery.
Mr. Gorham is still improving.
Mrs. French is stopping a few days at the
Mr. Loomis is r.ut again from his late illness.
We onM like to tell of a small conven
ience for a sick room that does not cost
much, ami which may help some one when
in a hurry sometime. Take some clean,
Hno aaud and dry it thoroughly in a kettle.
Make a flannel bag about eight inches
square, and fill it with the dry sand, sew up
the opening carefully, then cover with cot
ton or linen; this will prevent the sand
from coming out, and if you put the liuen
or cotton on you can heat the bag quickly
by puttiug it in the oven or on the stove.
After you use it once you wont try to heat
a patient's feet or hands with bottles or
bricks. The sand holds the heat a long
time, and the bag can be tucked up to a pa
tient's back without hurting him. It is a
good plan to make tw o or three of them, and
keep them on hand ready to use at any
lO IU3 iiuuaji.uu J "I Jt "
maintain a free bed in the railroad hospital
at Altoona. This money was the sum paid
to Mr. Minot on account of the death of
his ton, Henry 1). Minot, who was killed in
an accident oil that road iu 1SU0.
. J. PRATT
AND 2 GRANITE BLOCK.
New Spring Styles
Although Carpets have been
advanced in price by manufactur
ers from 7 1-2 cents to 12 1-2
cents per yard, I shall continue
to offer my entire stock, which
is the largest and finest iu Hie
slate, at last season's prices,
which were the lowest ever quot
ed in this country.
Forty-live pieces very best six
Frame Hody Brussels at 1.2S
cannot be obtained in any of the
large cities for less than $1. ,".
Twenty-five pieces full five
Frame Brussels at $1.00, real
value 1.15. Also more than 100
rolls of the very best makes of
all Wool Extra Super Ingraius
at prices ranging from 50 cents
to 08 cents per yard..
Also a great variety of choice
novelties iu Kidderminster and
Kensington Art Styles at very at
Also 45 pieces Tapestry Bi ns-
, sels iu all grades costing from 55
cents to 87 1-2 cents per yard.
Also a largo assortment of Cot
ton and Wool Carpets of different
I grades from 25 cents to cents,
togother with nn almost endless
I variety of China Mattings, Oil
Cloths, Art Squares, Smyrna
, Hugs, Door Mats, etc.
I Early purchases will prove the
I most advantageous this Season.
O. J. PRATT
TUNES YOUR PIANO?
Having competent workmen for timing and reg
ulating pianos, any order left at our office or re
ceied by mail will hae prompt attention.
All Work Guaranteed.
ESTEY ORGAN COMPANY,
ttrreste.l upon n ehare of hlntiug
ht pil.kere)f J,- llt)M in tht, SIIMI of
Dr. Gage's Appointments.
EAOLi; llllTKI.. Kmih, WnlnrMlay. April S9.
I.fUI.OW HorKK. Thui'lav. April SO. until
HliOOKS lliirsK. IlraUMnii o. Thursday, Apill
30. from 1 to (j r m
Triumph Over Disease
Dr. (Jake's Groat Practice and
If thi'p' H an) out thirty the Mt und dj ing
nettt it It health, and he who ran .-im Hie nick In
tlw simplest. Hrtvit-st and h.ippif-t nv i the hick
man's lht fiMul Nu ph.VMi'imi In New Kugland
ban made MH'h a reputation in th run of all
manner of difUi'iill dia-t a ha- Dr. O t Gage
of Concord, N II.. uho ha-t luiilt up n practice
the likf of which has neer lnvti know it.
Among hw many triumph over dieas iu hit
great discovery, hywhudi he -iuihltd to aunr
antf' nt f ti fieri nine of Jtttuorrinmlal Tu
worn or chnruv notlmuj If atllittl with any
dirae ou can consult lh Wage five of charge.
Cure of .lntlKe II fid err of Concord,
A fin :t Wars' Miiffrriotf.
Judge II. V. I ladder of Concord. N H., nays:
1 hae biilft-rtd jrars with bleeding and pro
truding pile and Dr Oage has entirely cured me
by ne painUnH application I wus not incon
wnieiutHl held court etery day while leing
tilled wan welt in three weeks 11, K. Hadger,
Concord. JJ H
V K FUndeiM. Wilin.jt Flat. N II . tivited at
Ma-sMchust-ttM (ieneral IIopiial. witliout succehs,
for Iwul cae of pd-s, cureil hj one jkiinless ap
pliintion. E. U Parker, obliged to w ear u suppirt seven
j ears, pile tumors were so Urge; i-ured by one
C L Uihnn
inore. 17 ears ticket ugeiit at Concord
deixtt; cured of bad ease
Almon Lufkin, w ell-know u jeweller, of OoiT
town, N. II.. failed to get relief from bad case of
bleeding and piotrudlng piles by the torturing
cording process; cured by one painless applica
Mrs. L L. White, Sullivan, N. II , operated
uiHjn with knife without biiccesa; cured iy one
C. A Mason, Hinsdale, N. II., bad case; cured
by one application.
C K Smith, Postmister, Amherst, X. H., re
lates a remarkable euie itf bleetlmg and protrud
ing piles of li years
Srenl Cure of Tiiiuor, I'riunte Dim
cullle, Henri Dl-rawr, lllc.
Mrs. E W. Huss, White Uiver Junction, Vt.,
given up with oariau tumor large as a person's
head, female diflicultie. heart disea.se and dropsy ,
Dr Uage cured her and he did not see her.
Mrs. Orriu Webljer, Manchester, N. H., on
crutches fourteen iears with terrible ulcers on
Mrs. Charles Bridgemau, Suncook, K. II., had
ulcerative catarrh so badly that it had eaten a
hole through roof of mouth and destroyed her
palate; general health feeble; cured eight years
ago and is still well and strong.
Uaac But trick, Londonderry, N. II., son cured
of deafness and catarrh; w ife curedof scrofulous
bunches on neck.
Dr 1-iCviB. Dodge. Waterford, VtM ery low
with kidney disease, frightful bleeding, etc., cured
and Dr Gage did not see him.
Autfn Q. Hilt, Pittsfleld, cured of epileptic fits.
Son of V B. Mandiall, Nashua, cured of tame.
II C Bean, Weft Brentwood, N. II., son cured
of frightful skin disease which covered entire
body Grandchild cured of same.
Mrs. Carrie Cotboth, New York street, Dover,
N. H child cured that was nearly blind with
scrofula, Addie Cooper, Keene, cured of same.
J. P. Atwood, North Salem, N. II., forty-foot
tape worm removed.
Mrs. C. W Simpson, Concord, cured of bone
disease of ami. (1, Ambrose, tiOndonderry,N. H.,
cured of cancer on face. N. J. Wilson, Oil Mills,
N. II., and Cahin Bruce, Willlamsville, Vt., same.
It is Impossible to enumerate the various
diseases, therefore if afflicted remember Dr.
Gage's appointments for it eoiW nothing to see
. ,r Il.I.AdK faun iu Winchest
V Utr hmiie, 4llX.l feet, wi