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'& .:( i '' - ' ~ ->&&: ¥®:.;jr- r-fcS&i# .-^ss% - sas^r •p$5s2,rt . "££ . ;X ,• .\>J;Jm»35- --i Sfci re* ::::r<jwf SS= VVv* f %mmm .. ' ; \ :§M JBZ&S 3#fiSS* -•'.^•ds«$s V^l i^lY- •aih MTr ?X- *#«««* ^fS&S 3£BGn& ;:mmz TsF<Z**i« •r-y^mm A-V^ ESTABLISHED 1880. :T1IOMPSOFYILLE, CONN.,TTnURSDAT, MAT;;6, 1909. ^ ^ VOL. '. . • .. • • • - ' • • •• . •• - - • < "•"«•- - ••'••• • ' -. .':. .- / ;' -/ " -,. '•• . - ' ' ' ~ • i / Forbes? & Wallace's | Forbes & Wallace's | Forbes & Wallace's1 t--: • The! Summer's Most Attractive i Merchandising Event Beautiful A Splendid Demonstration of Giving White plays an important part in the summer ward-, robe. Our stocks are freshest and most complete just now and we take this occasion to make a comprehensive exhibit of fashions in white materials, apparel and accessories, as well as to give special prominence to white merchandise of every description. White dominates the store. White decorations, everywhere, brightened with touches of color here and there. You will find it well worth your while to come to the White Fair, not alone on account of the unusually pleasing displays, but because of the splendid value giving. It,will be the best time of the season to make your purchases for summer. The Return Of Gypsy. , By ADDISON HOWARD C*K • GIBSOH.4VV Copyrighted, 1909, ; tiy ' Associated ••'Literary Press. - r - •; • Forbes & Wallace Sprin gfieldp Mass. / A full line of Carriage, Surrey, Express, Farm and Team Har-ness, Collars and Halters, and Prices Guaranteed the lowest regardless of what others claim. Bridles, Traces and all other parts of Harness. Harness and Axle Oils, Automobile Oil; Soap Metal Polish. and and A. T. Lord's 81 Main St.,Thompsdnville. Throat and Cough Wafers, Bronkee's Gough Syrup, Bronchial Lozenge and Throai Troche, all in one. • v— - m Agents for Huyler's Candies. W. L. Bentoii & Co. DRUGGISTS, ' 4 77 Main St., Thompsonville. LAWN ^ MOWERS We carry the three best makes, on all-sizes. ' PHILADELPHIA, OBANGE BALL FEARING, CALDWELL BALL BEARING—Our prices to euit your wishes -v GARDEN TOOLS. BARROWS, LAWN AND GARDEN RUBBER HOSE—AH SIZES; beet reliable makes. . - POULTRY AND PCREEN WIRE, SCREENS AND SCREEN DOORS—'A LARGE BTOOFE AND PRICES RIGHT. FIN& FISHING TACKLE. ^ " \r: Sprioa.g-fi.elc3., 9, 2v£a,ss. 139 State St, Center of City. (If it's metal we have it.) FOR SALE! The Herbert O. Spencer place on Russell street. - The Curley property on South Main street must be sold at once to close, the estate. —. •• Several other nice pieoes of Real Estate, .consisting of one and two family ' houses, farms* and building lots; also a few business chances/ If thinking . about building call and see me. >• >; Tenements to rent. Loans negotiated. . „ Martin J. Gorman, INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE, • Room 4, Mulligan Bloofe. Thompsonville. Why not come in and let us show you just • what you are looking for. > ;\'-7 Men's Suits ..•Mi i&i • • Boys'Suits Ladies' Suits $8 to $18 r*" *" We carry a complete line; of best quality ^oes-iqw prices... AT A COURT OF PROBATE holden at Enfield, within and for the district of Enfield, on the 4th day of May; A D 1909. Present, John E. Bissland. Judge. On motion of O Fred Cone, Warehouse Point, administrator on the estate of Orlow T. Cone, late of the town of Enfield, within said district, deceased. . This court doth decree that six months be allowed and limited for the creditors of said estate to exhibit their claims against the same to the administrator and directs that public notice be given of this order by advertising in a newspaper having a circulation in said district, and by posting a copy thereof on the public sign-post in said town of Enfield, nearest the place where the deceased last dwelt. \ Certified from Record, \ JOHN K. BISSLAND, Judge. , *A"T A^OURT; OF PROBATE holden J\_ at'Enfield. within ancl for ihe district of Enfield, on the 29th day of April, AD 1909. Present, John K. Bissland, Judge. On motion of Daniel Lawlor, 88 Coburn street, Lowell, .Mass., executor on the estate of Thomas F; Lawlor,' late of the town of Enfield, within said diatrict, de J ceased. • This court doth decree that six months be allowed and limited-fdri the creditors of said estate to exhibit their claims against the same to the executor and directs that public notice be given of this order by advertising in a newspaper having a circulation in said district, and by posting a cop; thereof on the public signpost in said town 'of' Enfield, nearest the place where the deceased last dwelt. - 1 •' • !0 Certified from Record,' Y' ' JOHN K BISSL AND; JudgeS^ fciiSp' Our T»ms"MO: GalihorCredifcl^ •mm ';sSB DISTRtCTE jOE/ENJlELD,is. .^Probate Court, Enfield, May - 5, A D 1909.' - Estate of Neeland Lotd, late Qf Enfield, in said distriot, deceased. , Upon application; of Charles D "Bent, praying that an instrument "inwrit ing, purporting to be the laqt 'wUl and testament "6f^aid ' Neeland Lord,-J deceased,[ inay-be proved] approved; allowed, and admitted'to probate as per application.^ file more fully appears, it is Ordered,Thats&idippUoationbeheard Md^etermihed^at'the-'ProbateOfficein Enfield, in 8aid distriol^-.i0ff. t^e i 1th'day of May, A D 1909, at .9 o'clock in the forenoon, and that notice be given of the pendency of raid application, and ttie timeahS^lad^, of"hearing thereonij^by publisbing A (toj^ Wthfe Otder pnoe in/ anewspaper having a biroulationinsaia^ distriot, an.d by posting a copy thereof on th^p^blibtsigmpoetMii thia^to^iiiv^rjEnri field, in raid district, at least- days before daid time assigned, and 0retura make to this oourt. ' . . / J < JOHN K. BISSLAND, Judge, - In the amethystine,haze of an April morning on"-the Arizona foothills Jhe cowboys of Circle H Wheeled their bronchos into the gray .dust of the trail- _ y \ [ Tlrcre was a wild jangle of spurs, clatter of restive hoofs, and they were off lilye one of the brown whirlwinds of tln?h' own desert to meet Gypsy and "the boss," who: were coining to the ranch to spend a week. Tliey had derisively hurled "Arios, Layue!" at the bronzed young foreman as he leaned against the corral gate; They could not understahd why he had" persistently refused to join their reception committee. It really was not the coming of Her-ington, "the boss,"- that-was calling forth the unusual demonstration, but the return of Gypsy, their little comrade of the range,'whom they had not seen for four, years. 'It never, entered their simple heads that two years of school in France, followed by two more of travel and society, .might have changed their merry, fun loving little pet. . She was coming back as she had promised—that was -the dominant consideration— and off they Went, whooping. Ned Layne, however, knew differently. He had seen her a: year ago, and the knowledge had come to him then. She was a young lady, and .they—and he—were only cowboys. As he leaned against the gate he thought of the old days. He remembered her eyes and voice on the evening before she departed into the world, and he remem bered how she had said to him: "Goodby, Ned. Father is going-to give you the place of foreman. Make the most of youi* opportunities and buy out the Bar T. ^ Don't forget me, Ned," and her eyes had been-moist when she suddenly dropped them. . ; "I'll never forget you, Gypsy," he had promised stoutly, pressing the hand that fluttered in his. "When I come home to the: ranch I want you to be here to meet me," she added. "I'll be sure to meet you,!' he returned. Then the train hald borne her away to the new lifej so different from that among the -boys on her father's ranch. ' , Ned Layne andTGypay,Herington; li^l been great comrades in those ^are free days, and'if now he was the^ojoiy one not riding out to noieet her it was bfr cause he felt that .those old. dflys were gone forever and would best be forgotten. There shbuid;<be nothing on his part to remind her of old'promises and: old thoughts that could have no place in her life any more. Just a year: ago Layne had; seen her once at ar great hotel in,New York, Where :the wealthy -ranchman;and his daughter were stopping^ He;had gone all the wtty to the far eastern city for no. other purpose than to see her, hut the result had been a sadly discouraging one, and he had said farewell:to his dreams. \ Gypsy, dressed in a bewildering gown and; moving with ;be-wildering ease and elegance among the elegant throng that oppressed the ranchman, was on her way to the opera under escort of an immaculately clad young ''Englishman possessed of a big title, and Layne was left to b" entertained, by her father. She had asked him to come back and breakfast with them, but her changed bearing and* the cool treatment accorded to him by the condescending nobleman had nettled Layne. He took the very next train back to the land of sunshine, whiere people were not proud and stuck up and did not forget oltT friends. On his return the cowboys of Circle H had besieged him eagerly for news of their little chum of the ranch. Yes,. J saw hier," he answered, veiling the 'bitterness in his heart, "and she's a great hellei in her sbciety togs. She has a beau, Lord Percy Ellington,' one of'those -plug hatted- chaps; and stie seems • to like hi» attentions all right. The boss says he followed them back from Europe." : Having Imparted this information.to the news hungry men, Ned had gone off" by^himself: tinder the. starlight and finally abaiid&Sted all his old plans'add h o p e s . * v ' V " : - - . . . . Ever since that night the young mair had been formulating a plan for his future which he kept strictly to himself, resolved, to execute the first step toward it when the owner of the ranch returned to his own; ; Accordingly he intrahted M4iggui|pia own pony, and rode rapidly across-'* i|»® brown-mesa before the party could arrive. ^ From an eminence his well trained eyes caught the blur of rising dust far up the trail. Nearer approach enablied him to recognize the ranch., buckboard driven by Bob Cat Nick. ; Seated by the driver was the trim figure of Gypsy, while the stout fofm of Herington and a slender man wearing a derby occupied the back seat. Trailing behind 6r galloping proudly • on; ^either side of th^vyehicle roder the: adoring: cowhoys; ,cbattfng <merriry with th^fr old friend. t : At sight of the derby hat a frown' crossed 'Nied's face, lind,: putting spur t& thb':unoff6nding Muggins, the dis-' gruntled' ?young • horseman rode off; down: the gulch.-,/ \ ' j "Ellington alorig!^; tie j exclaiined. '.'Yfety what .right :hay^e?-i?to tie surprised f,r care for that ? .No .donbt H6ringt0n ?«nhts to show hl^ prbspfective son.-lnr'' lie'has for ^lii danghtijr." When he had reached the live oak thicket :"4uite» a ^diatance away ' he. let Muggihk restf, .l^beof^rihg himself upon the ground, ^ surrendered his .mind <tb a train-vof- miserably thoughts, s%j ' He hadiain th'^e li idhgT timb; suddenly he tvas aroused from his hit-rocky top. " ^ \s' /: i J jr. TTT i-ifi'.-e;. 1 •"< '.."rv-igoc fix"O'ai- Mama • i say$ It 0ei»ta doe Cooking ^ ^ Easy"' ' Asbestos Thompsonville Lined Oven XXX. •' NO. - ' = — £ Physicians and Surgeons. WM-E F. PARDONS, M. D • PKYSir . \ Residence and office No. 45 Pearl f troet /.'? rhompsonvllie, Conu. Oflice hours, 8.00 to 9.00 PHYSICIAN AND SDR«KON. a. m.; 2.00 to 3.00. and 6.00 to 7.80 p. m. may be left at WilHams' drug stoie Orders J)er3fi3try. THORNTON D.D.S. MANSLEY'S BLOCK, ? > .. Thompsonville, Conn M-'y- • Y-T-Q Appointments can be made by telephone. Office call, 74-3; house, 74-21. N. WILEY, D. D. S.. . o r / - D e n t a l R i o m s , O'Hear'8 Block. :%mwm Telephone. Office bou>s—9 to 12', 2 to 5 day, Friday and Saturday evenfngs, ' ' •» Lawyers. on. Henry Willis King, attorney at law, 50 State St. Ha.tford, Conn Teleplioiie 341"7-a. 1 New King St., Tliompsonrille, Conn. A M Pushing back his sombrero from his eyes, he looked up into1 the smiling face of Gypsy, seated upon Slap Dash her favorite pony. ~ s "And this is the way you keep your promise ?" /she said 'reproachfully, He scrambled to his feet and,: throwing one arn) across the saddle; on his pony's back, leaned there till be could summon self mastery, • "What do you care, Gypsy?" be finally Interrogated, his eyes stubbornly refusing to meet hers. Some of the brightness left the girl's face as she noted the misery on his. "Tell me what it all means, Ned," she begged. "Why are you not yourself? Why do I find you so changed?" "Changed? Heavens!" and he could not forbear a gesture of impatience. "You"— 'Here," she interrupted in the ,scolding tone of her" privileged girlhood, we come all the way from New York to pay you a visit at Circle H, arrive and find this on the table!" and she held up a letter. "What do you mean by resigning? Why do you want to leave father's ranch? He is wild over it and sent me to find you." "I should think Ellington might ob: ject to youruMding^ after me," he'remained, 1 his bronze.: 'cheeks i reddening with scorn. 'Ellington?" Then a light broke over her face. "That funny lord? Why, Lord* Percy is In England long ago.. Finding 'me too loyal an American to buy a foreign title, he ended the long siege and departed." . "Who came with you and your father, then?" he inquired. "Oh, thatjwas Cousin Cyril, wlio is just out of college and needs the tonic of-ttur -mountain ozone." : Slipping lightly from the back of Slap Dash, she came over to Ned and in her old way put- both hands on his strong young shoulder. , "Now, "Ned," she said, "you won't leave Circle H, will you? Father needs you." "Why did you treat me as you did in New York^" he moodily demanded, evading the question. "Before a stranger—and Lord Percy at that?" asked she,, laughing roguishly. "If, sir, you had'come to breakfast next morning, I—I might have treated you otherwise." ;•' ^..v : He turned," facing her squarely. With one "of his strong .hands he imprisoned both of hers and held them a g a i n s t h i s b r e a s t . : ; v-• 'What would you liav^dohe if—if 1 had come?" he said breathlessly. Her lovely face went very crimson under the searchlight of his eyes, but she answered bravely, "Ned, I'd have kissed you right out." The foothills looked natural agai> The sun shone with its old time glint and shimmer upon the gray desert sand. He had no longer the feverish desire, to .get away toi fresh scenes. 'I'll stay at Circle H always, Gypsy, since you wish it," -and, taking hia written-resignation from her, he tore it into fragments. "Say, sweetheart,'' he added, putting an- .arm tenderly round her waist,.-.?Tll *buy out Bar l1 tomorrow^ and we'llirun both ranches together." • ' - > MILLINERY 1,000 TRIMMED HATS Gotten up with the greatest care, trimmed after 'the very latest fashion advices from Paris. $2.95 and $3.45 i $3.95 and $4.95 Each of these $2 less than at any other place. S. LEVISOJU The. Leading Millinery House Springfield, Mass. H.«F. Fletcher & Co., Cloak andSuit House, connects with our store DON'T C0U6H, BUT LIVE L0N6. If every congh werei cored before it got a strong hold, human life -^oiildi be'lengthened , by many years. If .every' coughing sufferer, knew that Kemp's Balsam would- stop the cough in a few minutes, be would.-be vglad :to. escape the serious consequences. If 1 ahyjnedioine. will cure a cough, •Kemp's Balsam will do it. At druggists' and dealers', 85c. Straps ! Straps !|§ Straps! When you want the -best Harness mOney can buy, or even a piflce of a Harness, a Bridle, a Trace. a Collar or a Strap, go to HOBACE K. BBAIJfABD'S ' South End of Prospect Street. Open every night except Tuesday. iOates' EbcpreesdoM.aU/i^^of and Heavy teaming. • - ' Freight work is a special' fektiuire foi evmyrday busiiieM. ' ^ M<yring pianos and household ftinil* ture pa^ully attended to. Fiirnittire stored by' month, .witb or witiiont in Boranoe , o» EDWIN (M.TBS, -,fX '' -,i;4 ^lephone qall.4S-^4. : Does your head feel as though it had things revolving in or -.rlabout it! Do you feel contrau-«. Vally languid—Have dizzy spells ? or bilious attacks? Then your liver needs attention and it needs it at once, for liver troubles multiply through neglect. - A Rexall . Are nature's best remedy for all ailments of the liver. They .act scientifically, without any unpleasant symptoms, and may be used with good effect % by both young and old. Being / effervescent, they are pleasant j to take, and their use insures « prompt relief from a dozen- . distressing ills. j \ Price, 50c. Sold with Rexall fioarantee. John A. Williams, X Registered Pharmacist, 93 Main St., Thompsonville,Ct Two Telephonep. • and GROCERIES Just a few of those good in early Spring. things that taste '«*: Heinz's Olives. . " India Relish. Chili Sauce. 7 " ' Ketchup. Mandalay Ketchup.^ Table Sauce. -• Apple Butter. Baked Beans with - Ketchup.^,.. -. v- Chow-Chowl^:'^^ _______ '•/ Then, if /oii want something triore substantial, try our Roast Bee\ choice Pork Roast and we are still leaders in Cahiied Beef, Vegetables, fresh just now. Spihaoh^ Lettuce, Radish, Celery,. Cranberries, Parsnips, Carrots and Turnips. W. T. WATSON, Prospect St^ JDppo.jPost Office To the Board of County Commissioners for Hartford County. I HEREBY APPLY for a transfer of Michael Yokezas license to sell Spirituous and Intoxicating Liquors, Ale, Lager Beer, Rhine Wine, and Cider at 31 North Main Street, Town of Enfield. My place of business is not located within two hundred feet in a direct line from any Church Edifice or Public or Parochial School, or the premises pertaining thereto, or any post-office, public library, or cemetery. Dated at Enfield, this 28th day of April, A. D., 1909. Hajetan Baskiel, Applicant. We, the undersigned, are electors and tax-payers, _ owning real estate, of the Town of Enfield and hereby sign and endorse the foregoing application of Hajetan Baskiel for a license, and hereby certify that said applicant is a suitable person to be licensed pursuant to said application, and we each certify that we have not signed for any other applicant for a license to sell spirituous and intoxicating liquors. Dated at Enfield this 28th day of April, A. D., 1909. Maurice Sullivan, James Plumondon, Jr, Joseph Grosso, John Bostick, John Griffin. I .hereby certify tflat the ; above-named signers and endorsers are electors and tax-Bayers, owning real estate, in the Town of Enfield, and that they have not signed for any otTTSr applicant - tor a. liCciiio lo sell spirituous and - intoxicating liquors. Dated at Enfield this 28th day of April, A. D., 1909. John K. Bissland, Town Clerk. . s The Efficiency of the Percolator ha. s become Uni- ' versally Recognized; Easy to Operate Easy to Clean. Re? and its many advantages over other Percolators 1 But TwO -:"o » d 1': Part9,Sol^d ed'pjier1^ • '' "t. J ?#£*?' ' Heavily-j (j,. Nicfeeiecl! ^ At a JJrice within the reach of every housewife. Simple and sanitary. No small complicated parts to get out of order or lose, and avoids the settlement of all foul substances. tS: The only first-o'lass Percolator that can be used as a tea or coffee pot by simply removing the percolating device, Made in three sizes: 5 cup |2 ; 7 cup $2.25; 8 cup $2.50. quires Less ^Coffee. w. Clbsori'-Fielcl, ATTORNEY AM) COUN SELOR-AT-L AW, OFFICE, - 139 ENFIELD STREET (Southwest from Post-Office), E^TZEPIREJIJID, C02ST3ST. BUSINESS IN HARTFORD AND SPRING-FIELD PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Undertakers and Directors. XI, XjXIBTXI, JNDgRTAKER and EMBALMER 45 AND 47 MAIN ST., THOMPSONVILLK, . . . CONN. FR..: K LEIN, BROWN & CO., UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING \ 80 Main street, ) Residence, 40 Pearl st., J'Thompsonville Telephone connection. Miscellaneons. ' -% , 11$ -, - Steam-Power Printers, and ^ -fUj-t Publishers of THX TBOIU^OMVILLX PRXSS, :J \Mulligan'8 Block, Corner Sonth Main and —Hign m.frmrir-- ~ Thomosonvllle, * "— ••••'."'<» PHE PARSONS PRINTING CO., Conn. Shampooing, Facial Massage, Scalp.Treat-ment, etc. Toilet Requisites, Hair; Dyes, Hair Coloring; Switches and Puffsi made from combings. Snperflaons Hair Work. Hare Tour Corns Removed. ( Open Evnings. 91 Main St., Thompsonville. Tel. 199-5. Fire Insurance. Insure with Insurance Co. of North America. Oldest American fire insurance company, incorporated 1792, assets $12,006,998. . Capital, §3,000,000. ' .vv'.W.fi X MARTIN J. GORMAN, Solfr Agent. Thompsonville, Conn. ••''J H.K.Brainard GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS. . Fire, Life and Accident Representing fourteen of the Oldest and Largest American and .Foreign Fire Insurance companies—Combined ^ capital over $100,000,000. Large or small lines of Insurance placed on most favorable terms. Prompt, personalNattention given to the settlement of all losses. Main office at HOUSE. > -- - residence. IEg-Call. write or'phone. BRAINARD'S WARE-Telephone at office and 3^ To be completed by Spring, should be taken under consideration at | this, time, because *.atr - - t in prices.^,-..-; -sT'H'k ;3f>. &-S5S jA;RTHTJK ESlnBBTE, Main St., ^ : i Thoinpsoflyillfi) § I , ihompsonville || imental Works" M. J. Liberty, Pearl St., Thompsonville, Conn. PROPRIETOR; /^Bleotrio Cars pass the Works.
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