Bellows Falls Times from Bellows Falls, Vermont on April 4, 1901 · 5
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Bellows Falls Times THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1901. AL8TEAD. C. E. Murdough, who for the past ten -rears has so acceptably filled the posi- turn oi ueau cierK uu. j. juarvin s, nas retired and on Friday, with Mrs. Mur- dough, left for their future home in Springfield, Mass., where he will be sociated in the grocery business with his Drotners. inese young people were among our best, greatly respected and deservedly popular, and while all wish on every happiness in the new sur- indings Alstead would gladly have bt them with her. A. Downs reached here from Chi- jo on Mondayi ' ' ' Miss Inez -Parks is with Mrs.. E. A, lirner for a few weeks. Miss Lucia E. Turner intends leaving lie last oi tne weeK ior jioiyoKe, Mass., :r a visit witn irienas ana relatives. Cards have been received here from and Mrs. J. Morgan Winn of Rut- ind, announcing the marriage of their rlauffhter, Fannie Janet Brewer, to Alvin I -Mason Graves, on Wednesday afternoon, 3rarch27 Mr. and Mrs. F. WV. Sherwin enioved a 1 visit with his parents at Grafton over Sunday. ' J. S. Prouty was in Keene on business Tuesday. Both J. A. Linsley and E. H. Buswell have received their papers from the department and will continue in Uncle Sam's service as mail carriers for the next four years from July 1, 1901, the former between Alstead and Alstead Center, the latter from South Acworth to Bellows Falls. C. R. Demerse now drives "old Jim," having bought him of II. C. Rawson on Monday. James Jackson intends moving his household goods to Drewsville this week. Frank Bolio has vacated the Dinsmore tenement and moved onto the Frank Phillips place, Walter Stuart is home for the Easter vacation from Andover academy, and Al-dis W. Lovell from Dartmouth. Miss Marie J. Dickey is expected soon from Belmont, Mass., to pass a few davs with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George P. Dickey. 1 Mrs. M. J. Elliott will continue to occupy the Watts place during the summer as Mr. Blanchard's family will be away during the coming months. The smallpox scare is abating; John Royce is convalescing; there are no new cases to date and none are expected. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Winch entertained a party of some twenty of the Rebekahs in a right royal manner, at their pleasant home in Langdon, Friday evening, when the finest grade of maple sugar was served with accompanying uainties. a merry sugaring on I The selectmen commenced their annual inventorial calls on April 1st. Miss Lilla Clark is now employed at S. H. Randall's. . Mrs. George E. Holmes returned from Fall River, Mass., Monday, where she was called March 10th by the passing away of her father. Mesdames Prentiss and Foster were at Bellows Falls Tuesday. Mrs. M. R. Morse is still confined to her room. OPEN remove his family to the Cobb homestead, and will take charge of the farm during the coming year. Henry McClarence arrived Frirlnv frnm- Colby academy for a two weeks vacation at his home. i Vermont academy closes today for the spring vacation, and teachers and pupils alike gladly welcome a brief rest at their Various homes. Miss Grace M. Chanin, who expected to return last week to school work at Belcher-town, Mass., is enjoying a two weeks' extension of the regular vacation, on account of repairs to ,be made upon the school building.. ' The faculty of Vermont academy were most delightfully entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Starks Edson at their home Thursday and Saturday evenings. The ladies' benevolent, nrv int.v nf thn Congregational church was entertained yesterday afternoon at the church parlors by Miss Alice Spaulding. Special services in observance of Pass over week will be held this evening and tomorrow afternoon at the Congregational vestry. C. C. Lake met with no Rinall loss last. week, when, in driving "across lots" from his sugar orchard, or what is known as the Wiley farm, to his own home the sleieh overturned, spilling twelve gallons of nice syrup. Miss Hattie Locke, who has sDent several weeks at the home of her Jconsin V. R J.ocke, went Thursday fe:$ellows Falls for a visit with relatives, Before returning to her home in Springfield. Vvanl. T 1. 1 1. ,.1 1 worsted mill and went Monday to North 1 product OI the tailor S art onrowsuury, vi., wnere ne nas ootamea employment. Mrs. White will remain here for the present. A. H. Sabin is spending a few days in Boston. Miss Lillian Lovell leaves Saturday for a short vacation to be spent with relatives and friends in Springfield and Fitchburg, Mass. tf-v ' ' Mrs. Addie Wheeler left yesterday for a visit with friends in Windsor and South Boyalton. Miss Edith Wilcox of Walpole is work ing for Mrs. E. S. Sabin. H. E. Tarbell and family, who have spent the winter in West Westminster, have re turned to this place and occupy C. H. Bath-rick's tenement on Westminster street. brief vaca- Now We Are FRIDAY, Ready ! APMIL Much to our regret we were unable to open our store on March 30th as advertised last week. Many of our store fixtures as well as much merchandise was slow in arriving arid accordingly much to our disappointment we were obliged to defer our opening until Friday, April 5, when we will positively be open for business, and we extend a- cordial invitation to all to come in and inspect our store, no matter whether you buy anything or not. spe Mo: 8AXTONS RiVER. Ray OK Hughes, an instructor this year at Williston seminary, Easthampton, Mass., arrived home last Wednesday for a brief respite from school work. Charles Pierce of Southbridge, Mass., spent a few days last week with his uncle, M. P. Barry. Mrs. J. W. Graves arrived from Hartford last Friday to assist her husband in making arrangements for their auction sale of household goods, which takes place Saturday of this week, at 10 a. m. Mr. and Mrs. Graves intend to dispose of nearly all their household goods and furnishings, and some excellent bargains will be open to the public. Miss Helen White of Chester has been pending a week with her sister, Mrs. F. P. lornson. Our public schools closed the winter term Saturday, and Misses Webster and Clough, teachers in the higher grades, returned to their respective homes in Ac-worth and Keene for the Easter vacation. Miss Katherine Grout, who has been spending a week in Westminster, arrived home Saturday. Mrs Hattie Jones left Saturday for a few Weeks' visit, with her children in East Putney, -f Sidney E. Bailey and wife, who were called here by the death of Mr. Bailey's father, returned to their home in Swamp-scott, Mass., last Tuesday. , , , R. E. Smith made a business trip to Boston last week, returning Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Wilder removed, April 1st, to the upper tenement of the house formerly occupied by Prof. Charles Ii.Bxmx, , , We regret to learn that Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Graves, who have spent the past year in Hartford, Conn., have decided to make that city their permanent home, and have sold their house in this place to Mrs. W. N. Wilbur, who will take possession the middle of the month. Mr. and Mrs. Graves have been almost lifelong residents of this village, and will be greatly missed by their many friends, whose best wishes go with them to their Hartford home. H. C. Bailey moved Saturday .from the Frost block, to the house recently vacated by William Spillane. Mrs. H. L. Ballou and little son, of Chester, have been spending a few days at the home of her mother, Mrs. A. H. Hubbard. Miss Delia Smith, who has been teaching A. J. Sampson is spending a 4.: j n ij n,r iiuu m nuyUiiHLUii, mass. . Mrs. Lizzie Allen and son. who for some months have been residents of this place, remove on Saturday to their former home in Sterling, Mass. Miss Mabel Bemis, after another success ful term of school at Beading, Mass., arrived home Monday evening for a brief va cation. . s.lt Mrs. C. L. Blake will hold her millinery opening of spring styles at her rooms in the Frost block next week, beginning Wednesday, April 10. Every one invited. A happy social gathering took place on Saturday evening, when the senior class of Vermont academy were treated to a sugar party at tne nome ot miss uessie xnomp-son.. Other refreshments were served and games and good cheer contributed to an evening of great pleasure, which will long be remembered by those present. Mr. and Mrs. Edson will entertain the whist club at their home tomorrow evening. ; ' - Miss Ida Pierson is assisting Mrs. C. L. Blake during the spring season. Franklin Perry, for over 40 years a well-known and respected resident of this village, passed away at the home of his son on Saturday evening. Mr. Perry was an Army Post veteran, having served' in the navy during the war of the rebellion. For some months he had been in failing health. but was able until quite recently to be about his home and occasionally to ride to the village. He left a wife and two sons, both of whom are married and live in town. Rev. C. A. Piddock of Hartford was in town the first of the week. The Christian Endeavor society of the Congregational church will serve a sugar supper at the vestry next Tuesday evening from 7 until 10 o'clock. Every one cordially welcomed. Mr. and Mrs. F. Whitcomb and daughter Ray arrived yesterday from Windsor for a short visit with Mrs. Whitcomb's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Graves. . . A party of young people from Bellows Falls enjoyed a sugar party at J. H. Wright's Tuesday evening. The Odd Fellows will give a grand poverty ball at their hall Friday evening, April 26. A full orchestra will furnish music and a prize will be given for the best make-up. The committee will do their part to make this the grand event of the season. Remember the date. i REV. MR. MORROW'S VISIT. Rev. G. W. Morrow gave an earnest and inspiring address at the Congregational church on Sunday evening in behalf of the work of the Anti-Saloon League of Vermont. In a concise and forcible manner he set before his audience the calamities which are sure to befall our fair state if the license bill finds an entrance into cur legislature. Our prohibitory law has proved a restriction and a blessing for half a century, and its overthrow would mean ruin and disgrace to our state. This question is of interest to every individual. Eighty per cent of the nation's crime and pauperism is the fruit of the liquor traffic. The saloon gets every fifth boy; it is the enemy of society, of business, of the church, of everything that stands for uprightness and national progress. The business corporations of the country are constantly drawing the line more tightly and a 'young man must order his life on principles of total abstinence if he would hold a position. We do not want high license, we do not want local option. The people of Vermont must arouse and assert themselves, they must stand together and make a grand fight for the sustaining and retaining of our prohibitory law. .' YOUNG MEN . The nobbieBt line of young men's suits in all the latest novelties, ranging m price from $6.50 to $18.00, may be found at . our store. Not a "kept; over" in the lot but everything new and fresh and the very latest The famous Nusax suit with mili tary shoulders and cuffs on sleeves is the very latest fad this season. Ask to see them. MOTHERS In every town or city where our stores are located we enjoy a reputation for excellence in variety, quality, apd style, in our Boys' Department that has been' one of our greatest business builders. V VjCi! The boy is father to the man.', "if, a boy's clothing comes from our store when he's a man he's quite likely to buy his clothing from , us andj perhaps, his boy's clothing, too that's the reason we pay so much attention to our boys' department. He's going to be a man some day and it's ths man we're after. I Imp l SHOES We conduct onmhoe tragi ness entirely on sped' 1 lines, not a hap hazard lot. one kind at m e purchase and another at another, but the sums special guarantee d lines year In and year out, every pair warranted. When yon buy a shoe of us and it doesn't give satis faction We make 1) good ant Wo don't try t "wiggle and twist" to get out oi our guarantee when you make a claim. A shoe which perhaps has maun us as mucn so utation as any one, celebrated Hey wood snoe iur men. i herewith shows one most stvllsh:iat8 all wavs. Pat. leather, vlci kid, wax calt and Russia calf. "LADY BARTMAR" This is the name given to what we believe the best value in high grade ladies' footwear in &e market. All styles, vici kidj patent calf, button and lace, golf boots and Oxfords. Every pair strictly warranted to be shoe rep-; perfect in fit, wear and style. Why ind iao ' not bny goods that have our "money Shoe for men. The cut , back if vou want it" warrant on them e oi their , when you can actually in the pui chase. save money Strictly one price, GOOONOW cash, and your money back if you want it. BROS. & PEARSON. Mrs. A. W. Ward is entertaining her grandmother, Mrs. Harris, of Brattleboro, for a few days this week. Miss Maud Underwood returns to Bradford, N. H., tomorrow after spending two weeks at her home. Bert Chellis of Claremont was in town Tuesday. He expects to start his mill in the south part of the town this week. and ferns, from Mr. and Mrs. H. Hocken-berry; twelve white and pink carnations, from Mr. and Mrs. Scott Clark and H. H, Kcyce of Cold River; pinks, from Mrs. Crosier of Bellows Falls; pinks and ferns from Mrs. Temple of Chicopee Falls, Mass.; white roses and pinks from Mrs. Spear of Chicopee Falls, and also five white roses and ferns, marking his age, weeks, wno nas Deen engu" from a little cousin, OrrillaHockenberry. the Brown & Doohttle lumber lob the prst ,,. t i , Ti winter, will work for A. M. Kendall the comins season in his gardening business. George H. Walker went to Boston yesterday to buy goods for the spring trade. The following teachers have been engaged for the spring term of schools :In dis trict No. 1, the pupils will be transported to district No. 2, which will be taught by Miss Florence Goodhue ; No. 3, Miss Maud Whitney; No. 7, Miss Emma Lewis ; No. 8, primary, Miss Minnie Fenn ; intermediate, Miss C. Bell Ranney ; No. 9, W. H. Blanchard; No. 10, Miss Alice Johnson; No. 14, Gageville, Miss Edna Wright for one school, but the writer is unable to learn the name of the other teachers. Judge Daniel Kellogg has been appointed justice of the peace to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Henry C. Lane. - Special Easter services will be held at the church next Sunday and the children will give a concert in the evening, commencing at 7 o'clock. The milk gathering route, which has been in charge of F. S. Kimball of this The Lord loveth. He taketh away: He doeth all things well. The funeral was from the house Thursday afternoon, Rev. 1). L. Sanford officiating. The body was placed in the Walpole tomb for the present. IN MKMORIAM. AVhy do you mourn your baby Who has left your home so lone? . He is a little angel In your Father home. He was a lovely little rose Lent to you from above, But God called him from you To blossom in his love. . 1 So fold his little baby hands Upon his little breast, i And close his little laughing eyes r And let your baby rest. E. L. E. place, has been discontinued on account ' - .k n. D.Utu- the milk Btrike. - ' -V- -A Poor Kelatkn.j - - B. F. Atcherson received a large number ) be present at the event of the sea- of carriages of all kinds last week for the h i j; u.,4. spring trade. . 1 pon in any line is every one's desire, but The listers commenced Monday morning the stage has become so vastly a topic of the annual work of taking up the inven- discussion in the press, pulpit and dmw-try. v tng-room that to miss seeing that clever C. A. Leanord of Rochester, N.. Y.,,wa8 cha.1-9.ntar nnnwlinn Alrlpn Bass in Sol at B. F. Atcherson's over Sunday. V ; .pgrnith Russell's most amusing of all his Mrs. Kemp and Mrs. Kellogg of Bellows roli plays, "A Poor Relation," would be Bjicm, omiu, a joss ota true evenine s enjoyment. ' t( T 1 1 Itl. 1 Chase Furniture Company. GoCarts 1 901 patterns. Have a fine line in all . the new up-to-date patterns. The new reclining carts can be used for an infant or for a child two years old. -Parasols and cushions. All rubber tires. Also a fine line of Carriages. Our prices are right and goods the best. r WALLPAPERS are all in now and we have a fine line of, .them at prices that you cannot afford to send out pf town for them and pay express. A special discount will j be made on large orders. Have all the sample books of nearly all the best houses and if you wish .to , T.A VD T14DM WV1C : v . inau niiwiTi nviib Miss Florence Nutting is spending the week with her aunt, Mrs. J. H. Holton, at Bellows Falls The Y. P. S. C. E. held an interesting missionary meeting in connection with the "Z age commensurable with the energy and Parker of Madura, South India, 5, which judgment displayed. He earnestly rec-is their usual custom. , 1 ommends to the lovers of lean, whole- J. 11 A Tl 1)Aln:nnM nnJ RmP Wall leave tnilav fnr New some aiuuseiiicui, aiuuincMimu uu Manager Brosnahan has with no little , difficulty been able to secure this famous ' play, with its complete scenic production and coterie of players. He trusts our Citizens will reward him with a patron- York and Philadelphia where he will con tinue his work as traveling salesman for ' H. C. Baxter & Bro. I Rodney Phippen of Gardner, Mass., ' many years ago a resident of this place, is visiting his sisters and other friends in j town. Mrs. W. E. Ayer of Windsor returned to 1 her home Saturday evening after spending 1 two weeks in the family of G. H. Walker. Rollo Metcalf has leased his farm to his brother Harry for the coming year. Mr. Metcalf is planning to put in a system of water works this spring to supply a number of families in the village with water. We hope he will meet with much success in bis new enterprise, the advisability of being on hand early at the opening of the advance sale of seats which takes place on Tuesday,April 0, at Williams & Co.'s. This play comes to the opera house Friday, April 12. j I k An Honorable Record. ; Geo. A. Wright retired from active service Saturday with an honorable record of 38 years,' work for railroads centering at this point. He came to Bellows Falls' in the winter of 1861 and in 1862 began firing on the Valley road. In 1865 he began running as engineer on the Cheshire road ana continued in tnat capacity until Miss Grace Darling, a teacher in the pub- October, 1890, when be became foreman , , - . , . . . . ; .. . a. i ... 1. 1. .. 1 1 WESTMINSTER. Mrs. E. C. Wellman is spending a few days with friends in Windham. . J. E. Leach has a number of year books furnished by the Agricultural Department, Washington, which he would be pleased to distribute to any one who will call ; at his residence. The book contains much valuable information and is worth preserving for future reference. Mrs. Frances Ward has returned from during the past year in Larchmont Manor, ! Westmoreland, where she went to care for x.,amvea last ruesuay to spena tne " v, V.. ' auc 48 ' . . . ' . - nnnr with Mm VIIaii T. Al ...-I - Rev. G. H. DeBevoise exchanged pulpits with Rev. Mr. Smith of Marlboro, N. H., last Sunday. Miss Emma Cone returned to the girls' home last week after an absence of several months,accompanied by Miss Nelsie Case, as guest of Miss Lula Brigham for a week. N, Easter vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. J. smitn. . Mrs. Charles Twitchell has been quite ill 'during the past week from an attack of pneumonia. The Friday Literary clab meets this week at the home of Miss Corinne Wiley. If the party or parties, who kindly relieved J. B. Minard's sugar house of four gallons of nice syrup last week Wednesday night, will be so generous as to return the cans, it will be considered a favor. Miss Maria Thompson of Keene came last week to assist in caring for her sister, Mrs. M. A. Thompson, who is gradually recovering from a serious illness. - Miss Annie Bemis and Miss Alberta Campbell, a former teacher in our schools, left Friday for a ten days' trip to Washington. D. C, and on their return will visit in Boston, Reading, and Dorchester. Miss Clara Lake goes Monday to Chester, to spend a few weeks with her'aunt. Mrs. f rank Harris. -Will Wright of Westminster is soon to A daughter was born Friday to Mr. anil Mrs. Willis V. Farr. The next monthly meeting of the Ladies' Aid society will be held with Mrs. DeBevoise at the parsonage. A cordial invitation is extended to everyone to be present, and a special invitation is given to all the young people. 8upper will be served from 6 to 7 to which all the gentlemen are invited. As this is the annual meeting of the society the officers for the coming year will be chosen and a report of the past year given. E. T. Fenton and family, who have lived in the tenement in Miss Susie Leach's house the past year, have moved to the Roach house near the home of A. M. Kendall. lie schools of North Adams. Mass., is spending the spring vacation with her sister Mary at the parsonage. Mark Arnold spent Sunday with his friend, Morton Wiley, in Rockingham. Fred Love joy was an over-Sunday guest in the family of L. C. Richardson. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Ward gave a sugar party to a number of their friends Thursday morning. C. P. Whitney has sold the lot in the village upon which his house was recently burned to Charles S. Whitaker. Bellows Falls News of the roundhouse, a position he held until last Saturday. Mr: Wright will re main in town another month or so and will then go to Stowe where he will make his future home. Mr. Wright is one of the oldest railroad men in point of service in this section and retires with the well wishes of a large circle of friends. His successor at the roundhouse is W. W. Green, also a man of long and successful service. He has been on the road 21 years, and has run 17 as en-' gineer on the Cheshire, Fitchburg and i Boston and Maine roads. His run lately I has been the local freight between Bellows Falls arid. Jroy, N.,, H. ,.',Mr. Green assumed his new duties Monday. Cold River. housed with 3 Hotel Deeded to Canal Company. ' The New York Backet haS finished moving from Towns hotel and it is expected that ' the w"drk of putting the hotel in readiness tor business will be- Barton is the new superintendent inff Bans fnp ,.: h onion ing me uotei. une plan is to build an George Elliott 'has been tonsilitis. Mr. of the Mountain Spring brewery, Mr. and Mrs. Harrv Hockenberry of addition in the rear, pivinir anewtithen Chicopee Falls, Mass., were called here and some 40 new rooms; the office will by the death of their little grandchild, e left where it is now and an elevator J. Steams Ferry, also the uncles of the put it,and the dining room placed on the deceased, John, Julian and Edward second floor. Two new stores will be Hockenberry. arranged, one where the present dining death of J. stearns febby. I room is, and one where the reading Passed into rest March 27th, little J. 'fin,8,0118 le?o, however, Stearns Frrw w nSM imn nH nothing final has been determined upon. .Wnhinfl K n, onH The property has been deeded to the SH. ..ftaT o!L., i. Bellows ails ( I r. " w a. Kussell is th Bellows falls Canal company of which pneumonia. He was a brieht. beautiful umiu ami iooKea so sweet as he lay in nis ilttle white casket surrounded by beautiful flowers that loving friends had placed there. There was a beautiful wreath bearinghis name, Steams, composed of ruses, pinKs ana smilax, from nis uncle for whom he was mmwl. J. Steams nrinninal nwner. The deed from J. G. Ullery to this company was filed in the town clerk's office for record last Thursday. Old Soliler't Experience. M. M. Austin, a civil war veteran, of Winchester, Ind.. writes: "Mf wif m Hockenberry; a bouquet of white pinks sick a long time in spite of good doctor's and ferns from F. Hockenberry; six white treatment, but was wholly cured by j)r rosebuds with pinks and ferns, from E. King's New Life Pills, which worked Hockenberry; white tulips, lilies of the .wonders for her health." They always valley ana ferns, from J. Hockenberry; do. Try them. Only 25 cents at Pierce's callas, lilies of the valjey, pinks, roses Pharmacy. and look them over you can do so. . An extra fine line of Ingrain and Crepe effects injtyjthe new and nobby designs. Call and see our line and if we can't show as good an assort ment as you ever looked at we Won't ask you to buy. Chase Furniture Company. Opening: of Fine Millinery Wednesday and Thursday, April 3 and 4, 1901. Special attention is called to.the tact that a Flower Agency has been secured from a new and reliable firm. Those desiring flowers for Easter should ' leave orders early. ' Mrs. L. Gates Hadley . Arms Block, Westminster Street. Vf A Surprise :' " i.t. V. comes with every glance at our Wallpaper display. The newest and prettiest patterns in the C market from 5 c up. A full line of High Grade Papers ing factories in Ingrains, Tapestries, Gilts, and other high grade papers, which we can supply An cnrf rrt'mt if fmtYi tn fn on nfr rfnr lic. . ' , MiiMf tt-rm Mftr rrimc LUUUL I1UU1 V1VT Ll 1 VVtfi v, I . nnnnr.c c rH Furniture, Carpets, Crockery, Wallpaper.

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