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BELLOWS FALLS NEWS STOLE WATCH AND CHAIN. Fred O. Mundell, Drought Here from Grcenfleld, Unable to Furnlsh Dall and Is Now In Jall. Fred O. Mundcll, cmployed ns nlght bnggage master nt tlio rallroad stntlon from Mny to Novembor, who loft lioro rnther suddenly nboiit a month ngo, wns brought bttck frotir CJreenllcld Momlny ly odlcers to answer to tlic churgo oT stcnl lng a wntch nnd clniln from Hnrtendor Allcn of tlio Ceiitrnl Houso bcrorc hls doparturo. At u hoarlng Monday nftor noon Munclpll plendod gulity and wns bound ovcr to tlio oounty court. Helng unable to fnrnlsli JSio ball ho wns tnkon to tlic Nowfnnp Jall Tuesday by Ohlcf Thompson. On loavlng hero In Novcm bcr Jlundcll wcnt to hls fnrmer liomo In Northnmpton, niul from thero to flreon fleld. Tborc he wns nrrosted for tlio tlieft of a sult casc from tbe bnggago room nnd tlio caso for thls offonse wns only settled by tlio paymont of a llno on Mondav. Tliorc Is somo rvldonco polnt lng townrd otlior thofts diirliiB hls stny here. Flre In thc Internatlonal Paper M III Wednesday. A flre nlnrm nbont two o'clock Wednes day aftcrnoon cnlled oiit tlio departinent for a llvely blnze In the npper story of tlio bulldlng owncd by tlio Internatlonal l'npcr tcolnpany and oecupled by tlielr boller room No. 1. The llre was near thc Iron stack from the bollers, nnd was dlf flcult to gct at, keeplng the llremen busy for over an hour and necessitutlng the tenrlnB open of a good deal of thc roof. The damage was comparatlvely sllght. In golng through thc snunrc, the hook and ladder truck, wlth Drlver Drlslano on thc seat, becnme tnnglcd up In thc electrlc track, nnd one wheel wns badly "dlslocated," the axle belng sprung and the wheel thrown out of shape. Go Caseln Comoany's Offlce Force Wlll to New York In January. At the meetlng of the stockholdcrs of the Caseln Company of Amcrlca. held here thls wcck, It was deflnltely declded to movo nll the ofllce of that company, whlch has bcen located here, wlth thc exceptlon of what Is known as the "wa ter palnt department," to New York In January. Thls wlll cut down thc olllce force here materlally, though not as badly as was understood last week. Whlle no deflnlto announcemont of those clerks who nrc to go to Now York has been made, It Is understood only two or threc wlll go wlth the olllce, and that about 15 wlll bc thrown out of cmploy-mcnt, In Favor of a Young Men's Club. About 80 young men gnthered at tlio bannuct hnll Tuesday cvenlng ut the call of tho commlttee appolnted to look lnto the ndvlsablllty of formlng a young men's club ln Dellows Falls. Aftcr a short ex planatlon of the purpose of the mectliiR by Rev. Jay T. Stocklng sllps were passed around asklng tho names of those who are lnterested ln the formation of a club to malntaln a reading and gamo room, and nlso asklng siiRgestlons as to the prlvllegcs whlch should bo Rrantod and the fee to be requlred. Over M of those sllps were flllod out and returned lmme dlatcly, whlch, wlth the largo and rcpro sentutlve numbor present shows that the young men do cortnlnly want some or ganlzatlon of thls klnd. Another mcet ing wlll bo cnlled for a later date when definlte plans for the club wlll be laid. Wlll Close Rallroad Statlon Restaurant Monday. Ij. T. Moscley, proprletor of the restau rant ln the rallroad statlon. has rocelved notlce that the contrnctors who are rc bulldlng the statlon wlll requlre the spaco now oecupled by tho re-itaurant next Monday, and he has arranged to close lt then for some months, until tho hulldlng Is agaln rendy for occupancy, and In the enlarged form. DurlnR thls tlmo thore wlll be no facilltles for eatlng nt tho stntlon. about ."0 men. .Thls Is romodled for the nro.vpnl. Mlnnrirs pond has also llllcd up somowhnt, losspnliiR tho dnnger of n wa- lor famlne. llolh Saxtons nnd Wllllnms rlvers brokc up Monday mornlng most of lliclr Ipiiglh, but dld not elpar thoinselvos eiitlroly. Tho slclghlng Is ley but othcr wlso not very bad, but a few days' warm weathor wlll spoll It, as It Is extromrly thln. Tlio Clirlstmns cxorclses of thc dlffprent pliurehes thls ycar wlll tnkp on moro of a varlcty than In foriner yoars. At tho Haptlst ohurch u froo supper wlll bo glven Clirlstmns cve to tho prlmary depnrlment of tho Sunday school. tho .lunlor C. 14. socloty, and tho mlsslon liaml nt slx o'clock. Aftor tho supper n cnnlntn on tltted ."Onr Savlour's lllrth" wlll bo rcn- dprod, follnwod by the dlntrlhiillon of tho glfts by Sanla Claus. At tho Congrega- tlonal chureli thore wlll bo n oanlata, A Clirlstmns Crusnde," In tho nudlpnco room of tho ohurch, whlch wlll bo speclnlly dororalod for tho ocoaslou. Following thls wlll como tho tisual Chrlslmas trcos In tho vcstry. At the Mothodlst cluireh the oxerclsos on Frlday eVonlliR wlll bo ln ohargo of tho illfforem classos of tho Sunday school, beglniiliig ut sevon o'clook. Tho progrnin wlll bo mucli more elnborato thnn In former yoars, oonslstlnR of musle, rocltntlons. oto., following whlch thrro wlll tip n "Chrlslmas houso," to whlch tho patron saint of tho day wlll pomp to dlstrlhute hls romembrancos. At St. Charles chureli. a young man who was last wook admlttcd to tho prlost linod wlll nsslst Fnthcr Hcynolds ln the iisiinl sorvlcos. As tho newly ndmltted prlest ls a former woll-known local stu dont Interest nttaches to tho ox'orclses. s Is KiiRone F. Cray, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. John II. Cray of Chureli place. IIo has been In varlous collcges and schools In Canada tho past 11 yoars. and wlll bo wnrmly grectod amnng hls old boyhood's frlonds. Ho roached Hcllnws Falls sun day mornliiR In comiiany wlth n largo party of rclatlvcs and frlends who went from here to attond tho ordlnatlon sor vlcos whlch took plnco ln Montrenl Snt- urday. WESTMINSTER WEST. WESTMINSTER. Thoio wlll he n Chllstmas concort nt tho chureli Sunday ovonlng, Doo. 27, Mr. nnd Mis. I''red Iovejoy nnd soil, I'rosoolt, of Hpilngllold nro guosts nt 1. C. ltlchatdson'H. Claroiico Klnibnll rotuinod Sntimlny from Albany Ituslness collogo, and wlll ontor tho oinploy of t!. II. Wnlkor Jnn. 1. lJencon O. II. Allboo, n hlghly osteemed cltlzcn, was strlekpn Tilosday mornlng wlth npoploxy. At tho tlmo of wrltlng thoru Is no chnngo for tho boller. Mis. llnttlo Walkor of lioilon and Mlss (liitoo Datling of Adatus, Mass., nro spondhiR tho holldays wlth thclr slstor, Mlss llary O.iillug, nt tho parsonngo. Mra. iOiuiii.i lllodgptt mct wlth n so rloiis m-cldont Tuesduy, fallllig on tho lco as sho niini' out from hor houso. Sho siistnlnp(l a bnd fracturo of ono cl buw, aud other sllght IiiJuiIps. llarry Mlllor camo noar loslng hls bnrn by llro n shoit tlmo ngo. Tho rlng In tho tnp of tho laiitern gavp way, Ipttlng tho llghtod lamii Inlo tho hay, whlch iuslniitly Ignllpd, and only Mr. Millpr's presonco of mllld snved hls builillliRS. Tho solectmon havo grunlod a potttlnii made by the taxpayors to ninko n pub ll' road of the prlvate way noar tlio for mer Rlrls' liomo, whlch has for yoars been used by tho piibllo. -Dnmnges on tho property of Mr. Coo, tho proseut owner, havo boon ndjustod by tho projior au thorltlos. Mlss I.iicy Caiiliou and Mlss Ida Mnc donald, who havo so fnlthfully superln tondod tho glrls' homo tho past year, loft for ltutlatul, Mass., Thursday of thls wiek. Mlldreil rierco, tho last of tho Rlrls. wont to Hoston thu s.unu day. Ilow much tho loss of those bilRht youiiR glrls who havo loft us ono by 6ne tneans to thc comnuintty only thosu know who aro engaged In wntchlng tho dovclopment of characlor. ln tho puhlle schools the home glrls havo boon lwloved by both teacliors nnd sehoolmatos. S. Willoughby Wilder of Ncwton Cen ter spent a few days In town thls week. camng on oiu irienus nero. Mrs. Jay T. Stocklng wont to her old Jiome ln New Haven. Coiin., Monday for the uSUdnys. Mr. Stocklng wlll follow todny, - merchants of tho vIHhbc report tho Chrlstmas trade as fdlly up to thc avcr age, some report a great lmprovcmcnt over former years. Mrs. E. V. Booth, teacher In the Mont pelier Braded schools, and her daughtcr, Mildred, camo to Dellows Falls SaUirJay to spend the holldays wlth her mother, Mrs. GeorBe Underwood. Hcnry II. Davls, for tho past 30 yoars In tho drug buslnoss here and at North Walpole, has sold hls store ln tho latter vlllago to Matthew K. Murphy, who has been hls clerk some tlme. Mrs. Georse F. Goodell dlcd sudde,nly at her resldenco on South stroet last week Monday evcnlng. Sho was a daughter of Ida Ithodes of Windham and her mother still resldes thero. The lnterment wns at Westminster West Thursday after Vioon. The following offlcers havo been elected by tho Epworth League of tho Methodlst church: Trcsldent, llnrry Wyman: vlco presldents, Mrs. E, B. Fostef, Mrs. A, W Coolldge, Mrs. W, E. Itowcll. Mm Qrfice SarBent: eecretnry, Mlss Mthel lDecatur; treasurer, II. J. Searles. Tho Kulghts of Columlius Thursday ovenlng elected tho following otllcers: Grand knight, Dr. J, T. Hudden; deputy Krand knight. tOdwnrd I-awlor; chancel lor, Dr. F. H. O'Connor; recordlng sec rotary, P, J, Keane; flnanclal socretary, J. E. Byrne; treasurer, J, J, Fenton; warden, E. J. Howurd; lecturer, E. W. Nolan; Inslde guard, Wllllam Cleary; out Blde guard, S. F, Crny; chaplaln, Hev, Edward Heynolds; trustees, J, E. Keefo, J, J. O'Connor, J. T. Keefo. A paper devoted to the lnterests of paper and pulp manufacture, the "I'aper Wlll." reports the Katahdln Pulp and Pa per company of Lincoln, Me of whlch John W. Fllnt of Bellows Fnlls Is the prlnclpal owner, as thls year havlng se cured a supply of 35,000,000 feet of pulp logs. Somethlng of the relatlvo nmount of stock used by thls company wlll bo secn when the compnrison Is made wlth tho amount used locally by tho Internatlonal I'aper company, whlch only roaches about 15,000,000 feet annually. llnrry II, Russell, formerly here ln tho offlce wlth Mr. Fllnt, occuples a promlnent positlon ln tho man agement nt Lincoln, The workmen at the statlon huvo been lilndered somo about their work outslde owlng to the severely cold weather whlch prevailed untll Monday. Tho shcds over tho concrete wnlks on all sldes of the bulldlng nro thls week belng put up. A lnrge force nre nt work ln the changes of the second story of the bulldlng, but the flrst story stlll rcmalns as formerly oxcept that the doors and most of tho wlndowB havo been boardcd up to koep the cold out, maklng It u moro thnn lisually dismnl plaee, but we seo better thlngs for the near future. The con trnctors aro pushlng the work wlth a lnrge amount of vlm. Tho sudden change from zero weathor Sunday nnd Sunday nlght to D0 above causcd some lnconvenlences, and much good In thls vlclnlty. Tho lnconvenlences woro the dlfllcultles of gettlng about town durlng the day, owlng to the sevcre raln Btorm, and nlso Monday, rather unpleas ant nnd dangerous, on nccount of tho Bllppery condltlon of the wnlk, It was n great advantnge ln largely Incronslng tho volume of wntcr ln the Connecticut, en abllng all tho mllls to resumo work Mon day mornlng. For somo weeks a number of pulp mllls havo been Idle, laylng oft Death of Hon. W. D. Cuttlng. Wllllam 11. Cuttlng dlod in Hoston Thursday afternoon, Dec. 1". He ieft his homo horo about tho last of Octobor, wlth nls wlfo and daughter, Mary. to spend thc wlntor In tho famlly of hls son. Wll llam, whose homc Is ln the Dorcliestcr soctlon of tlio elty. He had partlally ro coverod from the sovero IUiiosm of the precodlng wlnter nnd hopod to spend tho cold season moro comfortably thero, for hlmself and fnmlly, than would bo ox- ppctcd nt home. For a fow weeks he was able to go out a short dlstanco on tho stroet, but woaknoss of hoart ncljon presently dovclnped so much as to con II no hlm to the houso. He falled rnpldly In strongth, nnd at hls urRont doslre he was taken to n prlvate hnspltal noarby. He recelved evory posslble nttontlnn thero. but passed nway suddenly nnd peacefully on the third day. Mr. Cuttlng had boon for mnny years ono of the most rospected nnd honored citizpns of tlip town. IIo was born In Oreon Hlver. n vlllago of Guilford, In 1S27, was einployod for n tlmo in connoc llon wlth hls father's buslnoss, but In 1S53 entered the sorvlco of the Old Colony rallroad, nnd ln went to Lawrenoo- vllle, Ind.. whoro ho was omployi'd for sovprnl yoars by the Indlnnapolls and Clnclnnatl rallroad. Whlle thoro hls hcalth fallod scrlously, and ho roslRiiod hls positlon and romovpd to Knlamazoo, whoro ho oiiRagod ln trade and othor buslnoss ln partnorshlp wlth hls brothor-In-law, Ilon. Peyton Ranuey. Aftor a fow years. falllng health ohllgod hlm lo ro tlro nnd roturn to tho East, flrst maklng a short stny ln Brattleboro, but snnn ro movlng to thls place, ln 171. wluro he had slnce contlnuod to llvo, but novor wlth vory llrm health. Ho qulckly bccame a loadlng oltlzen of tho town. fllllng many oillcos of trust nnd enjoylng tho unllmllod conlldence of hls townsmon. He was chosen to roprosont tho county for a torm as ouc of Its sena tors In the Renoral nssombly of tho stato. I'pon tho formation of Maple Grove Or.inRP ho was a charlcr membor and Its flrst master. Ile held somo of Its oillcos for a consldorablo tlmo and was always deeply Intoroslod In Its wolfaro, as ln tiio soclal and Ronoral well-boliiR nf tho com munity In nll Its lnterests. Tlinugli tho church was not donomlnatlonully that of hls cholco. ho supportod lt conslantly. bo Iiir always prosptit when able at Its sor vlcos wlth hls ontlro fnnilly. Ho wns for many yoars tbe leader of tho choir, and wiin some or nis ciiimren gavp to it a hlgh character for tbe cholr of n cotmtry church. Tho funeral servlce was coinluctod by Ilov. I)r. Smlth o thc t'nltnrlan churcn In Oorchcstor on Sunday. wlth sliiKlnR by tho Amphlon qunrtet. untier tlio loailer- slilp of 13. E. Gorham. Tho sorvlce was ntlondoil by a limly of Odd FClIOWs, to whlch order Mr, Cuttlng hnrt hclo-KP(1 ror ni yonrs, nnd by manv -rmer osuionts of tllb J'.'.fico, who aro now In tne vl clnlty of noston. Tho body was brotiRht here for burlal on Monday. bolnR met nt the church by nlmost tho entlre mombor shlp of the Grango nnd by the cltlzons of tho place, nnd followed In procosslon to the 'cemetery lot, whero tho burlal ser vlce of tho Grango was used In part and prayor was offered by the recont pastor. Hev. Henry A. Goodhue. Mr. Cuttlng was marrled In 1S51 to Mlss Mary A. Ranney, who survlvos. wlth all tho famlly, slx In numbor: Wllllam, of Hoston, Charles, of Kalamazoo, Frank of Duluth, and JIIsscs Mary, Stella and Nel llc, tho two former at presont In Hoston, and tho lattor a teacher ln llamllton, Mass. GRAFTON. Mlss Knthorlno Leonard Is nt homo from hor school In Burlington. Mlss IIclcn Culver ls homo from North field. Mnss., for the Chrlstmas vacatlon. Mrs. Mny Tnskor Downlng has been spondlng n few days wlth Mrs. F. Mcrrl Ileld. Mlss Ella Wooley. tonchor In tho Vnl ley, wcnt to her homo In Rutland to spend Chrlstmas. Tho Church fnmlly wlll closo thclr houso here thls week nnd roturn to Now York clty for the wlntor. The sudden doath of Chapln Iloward casts a shadow over tho hollday seas-on. Mr. Iloward was about the vlllage S.it urday mornlng. npparently In usunl health, but before noon wns prostratod by a stroko of paralysls from whlch ho had only toguii to rocovcr when he suf forod another nttack on Monday, nnd fall ed rnpldly aftor that untll denth cnmo on Tuesday mornlng, Dec. 72. CAMDRIDGEPORT. Lyman Elllson spent Sunday ln Hos ton. Mrs. Goorgo Bolstor of Brookfield, Mass., is spondlng tho Chrlstmas vaca tlon at Mrs. A. A. Wyman's. Tho flrst ovonlng sorlal of the ladlos' boivvolont soclot wlll bo held noxt Tues day eonl!ig at S. J. Weavor's. Wlll Wilder has boon maklng oxton slvo ropalrs on hls saw mlll, and Is now loady to bogln ou the pllo of logs ln tho mlll yard. SAXTONS RIVER. Ray Ilughes camo homo last Saturday nlght. Holon Whltcomb is stltl very slck wlth pnoummila. Tho thormometer registorod 12 dogrees bolow zero Saturday mornlng. Mrs. II. M. Twltcholl nf Towiishond nnd Mr. and Mrs. Harry Adams of Brattle boro vl'Ited ovcr Sunday at Mrs. It. L. Twitchpll's. Thore was u Chrlstmas treo. wlth oxer clsos conslstlng of mulc and rocltntlons by tho chlldrcn Thursday ovonliiR In tho Haptlst .church. At the Congrogatlonal church thls, Thursday, ovonlng, thore wlll bo a Chrlst mas troo and exorclies of spcnking and Mnglng by tlic Sunday school. G. R. Towor ls laylng the brlck work for tho new hotol. lt wlll bo a woodon bulldlng, tSxSI fool, throo storles hlgh and wllj cost upwards of 110,000. It wlll bo complotod Juno 1. Tho Saxlnns Rlver Grango wlll hold a regulur nu'Ctlng Saturday ovonlng of thls wook. Instoad of Frldav ovenlng. on nc count of Chrlstmas. Olllccrs wlll bc elcct od for the comlng year. ThA IC-cont soclal held ln tho Haptlst church Tuesday ovonlng wns not vory woll nttendod, owlng to tho bad wnlklng and the busy tlmes. but those who were thero had a vory pleasant soclal eventng. Every norvnus person shouH Iry Car ter's Little Nervo Pllls. Thoy aro made speclnlly for nervous nnd dyspeptlc men and women, nnd aro Just the modlclne needed by all persons who, from nny causo, do not sleep well, or who fall to get propor strength fromtholr food. Cases of weak stomach, Indlgestlon, dyspepsla, nervous and slck hondaclie. etc, roadlly yleld to tho uso of tho Llttlo Nervo Pllls, partlcularly If coinblned wlth Carter's Llttlo Llvcr Pllls. In vlnls nt 25 cents. Leslle and Llzzlo Ranney nro, at home from their school a fow days. Stella nnd Mny Goodell camo homo Thursday for their Chrlstmas vacatlon, Thcre wlll be a ChrlatmnB tree for the Sunday school nnd a muslcal nnd llterary entcrtalnmcnt Chrlstmas eve at the town hall. Mlss Abble Wellman nnd her two broth ers are nt home for tho Chrlstmas va catlon. Mr, Wellman Is moro comforta ble at thls wrltlng. Mrs. Ira Goodell. wlfe of George Goodell, dled In Bellows Falls Dcc. lt and tho burlal took plnce here Thursday. The famlly formerly llved ln town on tho farm oecupled by Mr. Woodward. Much sympathy ls relt for tho husband ln hls nllllctlon. Wo have had very severe weather the past two weeks. Tho thormometer regls tered 10 below zero Saturdav mornlng at S o'clock and Sunday mornlng nt 8 o'clook It wns 30 above zero and raln was fall InB. Monday mornlng the roads wbro a mass of lce and almost impassable for man or beast. Harry Danlels's saw mlll In Cabot was found to bo In ashes Frlday mornlng, No body saw tho flre, whlch took placo dur lng tho nlght. The mlll wns completed only two weeks ngo, at nn expenso of $2500, nnd It was not insured. 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It ls tlic stroimeat and best nutnlucd luiHgln ntlvo work of tlns notublo wrlter. It ImjkIiis iu Juiiuury. Colonel T. W. Hlgglnson Tiyhofo Chcorful Ycsterdays wcro iinioug tlio miwt rciiilnblu rt'iiiliiis ccnt papers over prlntod, lius writton for tlic Atlnutki six now nrtiulos jn tlio snuio veln undcr tlio tltlo I'urt of p Miui's I.ll e. Modern Advertlslng jVTovclillsciisslohsliyoxpoi'lH.df fcvcnil pluiMiH or conieinporiiry ndveii Islng. Tha tlret impor. Tho l'sjcl'lofy nf Ad vcrt s lnir. ls hv I'mli.T... w i u...... It wlll ho follottt'd by Tho Abues of HobhiBon Vt'r ' h (;,"lr,es lulfrd The Ethlcs of Buslnesr A group o f irenoluiiit imiulies " tho nglit niul wrong of pi buslnoss motliods. 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