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HERALD, SATURDAY, JAF
582 PIdinvillc News artfopdsu' I TWO SEW TEACHERS Yis'Vi:.yv y 1c rfitkmm' ' ' i JL - T 1 "- .. iwuHi MmJ . . , , . - --- . km ft & . TT 111 I It'll ' 3 Vrt IV: . 5 V - BKSWraa&T if '. i cy oppmf: I f enter D" T J srl STARTS OUR Gft ;7JANUARV. COST. SALEi 1 11. ."J , If ana m f ;throt KVKHYOXK WAITS IT pjs. is the one Big- Sale that nlmosl. everyone in Caiuicct ii-'atvaltiics Aits fur. TJIIC THAT 1U!IS YOl TTIK rill VI 1'; I : )I 3SING . WHAT YOU W.WT AT COST. Ts it a wonder twowds j? lietfj? For years wo have held tttls sreai eOst saio aV tills '-season, i ..'.". aim ft -lsniuiy wiien ino maimers sav "xmo ' unit, cost is iiatTeti, i wiui ui i f ';Kii. ithe.4i few i-estric-tiojis, our whole lug stock is yours o choose fromiat cost, M. IfiS i UUJU VjtXX A XKJ XWU, XJXJLL, XMVA V IS tJIViii HlX JJlUt..ll AM.VGM OF. ' Our strons: syndicatev,xConnec- our unexeelletl facilities for gettfjFfc gootls ikes this sale at our stoi'e far ahead;.5f sales few potent reasons why you should -jtmy now. SCHOOLS $ Assistant "Principal and Sf stituti v, TeachillNot Return MAY" FILL'; VACMCIES 'JODAY' I , . 'lT jil t ;WIJU TAJS.K OUlCIv. A13 U aVXa I' tloii . our foreign , buyers, and b'" ;S i Ti i 'dirA-t f roan. .the makers, mi . 'I L4 L X - lv.L.at ust. stores. ' Here are a WASH GdopS DEPT. ;SgUilar 5c Cottoa Challies, 4c yd. sWting Calicos for 5c yd. , "Jiihoskeag" Ginghams for 6c yd. e putinsr Flannels for 8c yd. c; Cotton "Foulard 7c yd. 2,,Bates Ginghams for 9c yd. 2tttHeavyy5OMting Flannel 10c. Crinkled Seersucker 9y2c. 5c yard wide Mtvdras for 12 y2c. cj v Scotch' ' -Finish Gingham 1,20c' Soisette - selling at 15c yd. '!t.e- MercereAFulards 19c yd. &iit importcl-f iinirung 17c ya. SHOES AT COST.v. 4 Women's welt soled Buffon nxv -ff 4tf Tjaj) Boots, patent colt, gun $3.00 metal CaTf and. ' kind, $2.l9. f v'i $M3Shepherd nttecka for 19c yd. -157 5. FrefiJeens for 27c yd. ?66c All. WoOTcJijanies for 45c. Itt' vvk: brown and grey top, patent and dull calf foxed, former prices $4.00 to $G.00, for $2.98 pair. Evening Footwear, Black and White Satin Slippers, Patent Kid Pumps and Slippers, French and Cuban heels, $3 to $5 kinds, $1.98 pr. Misses' and Children's cloth top, Patent Colt Button Boots, sizes 8 y3 to 11, 11 to 2, 2 to 5, for $1.25, $1.55, $1.85, , were priced $1.35, $1.G5 and $2.00 pair. Men's Slippers, good ones with choice of tan -and black, regular $1.00 and $1.25 kinds, 89c pair. iv MAVTri .AmTrtormjB 'npuVKisY for xnv iiritai? Iff- i t I if r. 1 1 I U4 l v am: a vim - f f l r lis JUKlCUalIl) 4 Jtd Ila ' 11 Congregational church, twelve . v ' ; U ? I xi4' 'T 4'hioh were consecration meetings, i QllWt! 'HILY 'T'A'?3' 'T,1tK an average attendance, of i; , Hty-two. ' 1 '4ttr?1 ViV- -"V"U present the society has thirty yKirtiIi.'iiW foUr activc two association, five non FFIITRkS i rn ' A ;KkF.liTF,n resident-and seven honorary members 1 1 lUmW-U.fW mmUlUU , The BOciety.s expenses for the year V$'rr Vfll4''y 're $55-92 'f which $15 was for . .1 --tUL .' ' i-. '.' ' ..Ienevolenccs. There is at present a .cpan, of $12 in the treasury. AIN' YOU CAN DKrKM) OA PRO.tfPTLY RK- CHASKD OF US. JIHigaBlilWIBIMWaillil vt . ' t- --Tf sf School Board. Expecte to Havf Staff Complete jSy IMonday No Holiday for Asses'S Ketyf TransfenSta-" '- '.;".: vj; ''" , tion - J lercmll Wiiit ew :-t "Vith but'ono day regaining before' ther begin ni'iif; of thewinter term, members of -the school board admitt ed this morning that the'feflare two vacancies in the teachingsltff of the local schools, it is expecte, how ever, that hefore Monday.contracts will be .several- made with applicants tw4;::of the fo't.places H JJ js ( u . X. and also for repairs on the chapel and the parsonage. Peidmont col lege received $25 from the organiza- r''tion and the Wcjian's Home Miss- -The cash balance remaining in the treasury of the society is $478.27. Senior Endeavor Society. '.pdcavor society was read by Miss - jsla' Pickett. "The regular weekly ? "f'VOlinnn 1 tnpptin?s wprp TifId hv th !JhiftMan Endeavor society of the Show MtHeh Has cd Dmrin.. Llf avey's - O The annuar4fi4tfcsofJ onsrrcffaubjxai hsiTJ' TPas- o 'venlng 'xyaKra-5 ?e . nil Beeji4 AtlIothcrhood Club Report, i ! 'tJ? ' ;M 34 report of the Motherhoo 'tit'Kerlin was read by Mrs. WJJart. It follows: d club John T. ! arishoners-'prsient.J - 'Officer! "ning yeali were eJtct-ed an4? riJom tire different soueties -at the church telling, of 'thi Jtt- "The Motherhood club has a'mera- prlnlbership of thirty-four mothers. The rjjTi meetings have been held on the third rjKi there has been an average attendance uf oi. nniRen raemners. oe r-mer a.im ' r Twt.r ofvthe club is the Christian '.nature rV& ot the children in the home. The f the pasi yerj, were r$tj$ JSr Problems of the home are discussed, succspful' and spirit brtt.avf4.'ter moth6ds for meeting those prob- sm , reigns. tMaj6r fTrank Tw3ry lems. was moderator t'the rttwiS)jr,.iyc'tomatic school visitiner has been d Francis Demin ' ys-s clerli., 'ViSo'ne by the members, one Mother vis- immary ox the reportsrlo-resented or:l1ting-" cme session each month. v: t t- '. l. . 1-4 I''We have met with the teachers at , Membership. ' J.',..i-te of our meetings. We stand 1 rinrin t h n. i -Vrt rAfi !J "1tcly to help in any way that we J'rcn-those who are, in trouble of any Ided during tho, yat".pn, .cj&nfe or raitn, i; d ierteT i.?. nine members lost by Seat by removal during the'yeT.T; kind. , Women's 3Iissionary Socictjv. --rf-Miss . Caroline Savage read of', the Wotk of the Women's Foreign liss Icjiary society. It; showed a "nem- horshin of 75 and' -$12' roicol'l -f.. r'v mission -work. "TTia fHii iW thi. "KVi! " ' i . fix LI 1, memhea-ship of, he fuary 1, 1916,-is 372 , r' f -report i'if the trppfuf nil. I'll nur oirrvi onnDD t n i immr ji riiA 'l.! - ... ..v,.o -"'-5 Z jWidst" was studied at the meetings, " V.o r 1, -Tlkrf l wnich were -well attended. - he year, $682.13; the. SenJbf-v'f- - . , .c eavor society $15.00.; the'raiWff- . wuiciais jaecteu. j, f i society, $50.00; theJAt"o-rnfenvsJ' After the reports of the Societies reign Missionary ' societv.t St22,40; 1- uia I)eprT reaa, tne tollowmg T,6iTicers Sunday school; in addition' taC$f:J 're 'elected: lit of the ,undav':SGhoo.U,JL on inai - 01 ganizaoion s were 51 'sessions of tlSK , , i ... . ; me year, wit aji .ajn .nee of 15 3. Xhc jenrr' -unday school jTL rnberships, dividedii1?' "ing cfepartments; ,. , F1 T-fo lluded in the report of the ci wh, Ie.con, for . six years Krhest W. revolence, gave to ben'erv&knt' 1 Mildrum.-., . ;es, $30, making.' a. grand tjOtaS" of - Clerk -Francis Dcming. ' MS. , ' . j. Treasurer E. W. Mildrura. Sunday School. t- Htatidi;ig committee, for throe years vrris Woodruffs assistant up'eri'n- j 'KL oaon ana morn Woodrtig; 'Lj. Wilcox, 3 junior departhiofi .Unedht hest- average" ofdJtV -j, i a .oodruff 1 an-l .Bu ( 3tV'- diflnot iss ' a sessioit oiRfffe ."wkoot. .'while lo iss a sessioit oihe -sry. 1 . , - -f f . - . .7 S ollowing';wri -'Tiotsnd absent but ce; .blisses. JVth TioVbi.n.'j, Mabel hwlingTluih Firt n,;liss Honiss, iry Kepi'TejfMnclilbclton., -The ncftps.; rtoi-h. "Sunday lEraf tn.;yeac amoumed t.o. jundayri:., school . u- 694 'books and ool '.suncrih'it rt'dent-'-F. y Fsitfftl't '.'superintendent Pi "fr j:. Superintendent' V primary dep'art- .f.t-i, - vSi'creU'O'i-Howard Rawiin"s , ,j refBUT6r tt, .41. Demlng. . ; , Librarian Mis! Annette Saage. ' SupeHntendent-home 'clcartmcht Mrs.- it,H. reming. t'i Superintended Cradlo.' Rolf Mrs. A. I.;AV"oodruff: -r Library committee Mrs." J. B. Smith,Miss Rohm, Mrs. Noiirse. Church decorating committeeMisa Wilcox and Book and -vThimbffcl.u). Church -tnutr eoxtimifteekjc- li- li.. i rntny, ilrr-:rFike 'gi nd Mr3.5A. A. morrow at the Methodist church. The pastor will preach at 10:45 a. m.; the subject, "The Way That Works." At the noon hour the Sunday school will be held. The classes pursuing. "Graded Work" will continue the course- begun October 1, 1915. The classes (includ ing the Baracas ) which are using the "Uniform Series," will begin the Book of Acts. No evening. . service.. The Methodists of Kensington will parti cipate in the. .union service at the Con gregational church at 7 p. m. ,t Services it the Methodist church Tuesday and Wednesday evening at 7:45 in observance of the week of prayer. The Congregational church unites with the Methodists in this movement. On Thursday a Ad Friday evenings union services will be held in the Congregational church. A cor dial invitation, is extended to the gen eral public to attend any, or all of these services. ' In the Kensington Methodist Sun day school tomorrow the report of the attendance for 1915, that is to say, the individual record, will be read by the secretaries. Bei !m Congregational Church Rev. S. A. Fiskt pastor.,. Tomorrow will be observed as communion Sun day morning worship at 10.45 o'clock. Sermon by the pastor. The Sunday school v.'IU convene at noon. The meeting of the Junior " Endeavor scheduled for tomorrow will be omitted- The special Christmas praise ser vice, which was postponed last Sun day on account. pf the storm, will be held tomorrow afternoon at 5 o'clock. The feature of the service will be the singing of Dudley Buck's cantata "The Coming oftheking" by the choir. Victor Benson Will assist in the 'cello'. August Klein, Miss Ruth Schade of 1he First Church of Christ choiivNew Britain, and Rot'co. '-Sessions will ren der the solo partes iijljye' cantata. 'Thee Senior Endeavor, ety will holil. a.J consecration meie'tiiil;;,'at 6.30 o'clckv The sub.fect ferdisKssion will -..be.-"What is-!t:cnseifatn " Sti Paul's Church. ,v '" Rev. J. C- Biennan, pastor. Mass, will be celebrated at St, Paul's church,.; Kensington, at 9' o?Sloek and at the' Sacred teart ehutch .East Berlin, at' 1 0 o'-clotk. .; ''T Kensinglon CpngTegational. Rev.,.Carleton Ilazen, pastor, To moroWjt'ill be cbimunidn Sunday- mor:ihjj:;.wovship. at 10.4&.. o'clock. A', special -New Yenr's- sernibn will be preache'di by the. pastor. Sunday scho.ot lll meet at 'noon.' The week of ,(j '.ion service Vwith thp Methtxlist schurch . will commence., tomorrow even i-nc ai 7 o'cIocj-:. Tho.-tooic for the ! first meeting wut be a Christian En- ''Vhat is Consecra- and Principal' O. L. Judd wilktave a complete force when the schoohji J are re-opened on that day. The vacancies in the staff vjjf-ere caused by the resignations of ." iiss S. Eleanor Pease who served aas sistant to the principal for thejjpast ft-AV years, besides having charg of the eighth grade,, and Miss E. Mildred I T5rrlf rfc wTl-rt tfnip-llt thp SfiVftnt.h 1 ..... l . v . , .' - .w0..- - grade. duri& a large part of the fifil term. MiifBedford was a substitute teacher but her services were requir-H, ed constantly. The resignation of , Miss Pease wa$, received with keen regret by ther school committee. She was regarded as one of thej'most capable members . of the staff, af'd. she proved a valuable, assistant tot&-rine,ipal. Rev. R. Burton, chairman of the board said today "that A. B. Rog ers, chairman',, of the teachers' - com mittee, wasin communication with , a number of applicants and he ex pected to .engage - two "of . them .by to night. ; . . : V' :; . The town schools will open Mon day morning. The teachers are ex pected here tomorrow. J Most of them have been spending the Christmas re cess at their respective homes and wh the exception of the two f who resigned," all have signified their in-,, tention of beng on Jiand for'" the beginning of"the,,: winter term. No Holiday for Assessors. Observance of 'lthe New Year's hol iday was ignored , by tie board of as sesors, the menllbers reporting at the town building1 &rly to 'hustle the work of Compiling tik$ grand list. While the$ have m,ade -'good progress the assessors stilly have considerable work to ' dpk and they will have to hustle for severer-days to get far enough ahead to estimate the total at the adjourned annual town meeting on January 10th, when the tax rate will be decided "on. The law provides that the books shall be open for inspection by Jan uary 15th although the board ha's un til the last of the month to complete its work. The assessors have been doing the work in thorough fashion and their report will 'be complete in every particular. They have not as yet made' any ef- j fort to determine what the total will be but they do pot expect that it will show any great increase over last year's. ' ,I -V.f .;' Although they flnotsome consolation in the action of the'state board- of equalization in changing the raise in the 1914 grand list from $150,000 to $10 0,000, the assessors '-still claim that they cannot see any justification for even the smallest increase. Last yX .Society. Avl tJciel.v had d-eavor fpK tCr-M ajttuid- Uie . 't ' , I.,' briefs' ;, ..Mrs, -Julia Ryan o$Censingrton will r i i-'es7, Collectors E. E, 'Honiss,, M. W vJ.t a1 t .'n-.jr.' 4 . . ' --y vi ! vs r ui" 1,1 ' in utu so,. j. ui 4-, uran- sed by" 1 Uf 'people VIa,1 'in Benson, HemV Ieming. -an ' h-Verage 01' 18-. . IVhers F, L. Wilcox, Dcari Minor, V - . 1 ' (, Cnrtia Mi rjmi, fU-lph oursc; Vv"il- "sV'Besides 'sn 1,-' nam Trner. t Picket G cor. go Kill M, .'Ued'-Ci'dss ; The "f . 1 1 '.. H lii f I 1 j. V till 4 , i.'P j. PickOu. nastor. Ciu-t Church-Sunday'wUr be observed to- ' Mrs. R. O. Chirk'of East Berlin is; ,connned.. to hor hbme by ah. pf.gvip. . ; ..." ,Su.)p:&V, fir M-aiiShii). nastor .of tha- -sf-f1 ''Berlin; -M etlEi'odist church wilL preach in Plamville tomorrow. Th'd pui pt at t he.i'c h arch will , be oecupitty- oy Mrs- ManhrD4 .' x' .;tMr(s..- Leroy ''llavey- off 'Southington, tptilberlv Miss Lura Upson of Kensing .tbnr suffered "a rolapse this morning fi h-auis arc alarmed at her. Xrid her conditio" -:( Mi-s:i M;irgarct Met "a be' of Kensing- leii is visiting, iricuds in Brooklyn! X,' Y. , .. ; - .' 1 ' M, P.' Hooper ot Kensington is con-., uned to his home with a severe cold- 1; M n:trai&rI -J Htt; " --y- .'. -: " .'' : -U"-'. i " r' .- - g yj s , . - Mri t -sr.r.s V v" J-Jti ? 1 . V" ' tM? M0NS)AY, JAW. 3rd- 1S1 Last Day to Join Glasses to Siii V," ank Closed Today-Lega ass 9- . ; " - . v - . l l' . - - i ;! : ' "' 1 - ' . . y .' s ' Prop osition When you are' wheezing and sneez ing, coughing and hawking, you're facing a cold proposition. Handle it right. Hale? Honey of Horehound lj and Tar quickly relieves bad pase. Ail druggists, 25cts. a bottle.'; f4 fry Pike's Toothache Drop OPENING AN account; i Dir.it ever occur to" you how, simple matter it is - to op ei a' savings Ha'c- ountt , Just to go to the account desk, give .your -sia me and. sign au card- Your .Signature" oil the card identifies ..you in futyre transactions with us. .Yv'r . j. ... "-- 'i' , With your first deposVyou wills re eeive a . savings ;pNass bo, in ' which aliendvSunday with friends in Rovkr&'our naime and aljt futuV&fdeposits and ,.411Q ; ' ' .,-''t.',..i55i, Ji&L . . I ".r"?-. , .. '; littadlS Ma,res0n to start an ic- tount i to keep.; Four" per cenf., compounded feeml annually 'paid on Savings , accounts. We the first Se days .in allow Jmonth to deposit in Sayings Depart -iv ' 1 Banking Hours: 9 ment. a,.m m., except Saturdays, 9 to to u p. to 3 p. 12 and 7 m. P2 H T-- at A o'clock. V?("v, 'vs rTWxil lowell'i lamvule 1 rust .to. , TK-c: j. rnvu year they put property on the lists for what they believed was its full value and they believe . Tax Commis sioner Corbin and his associates voted the increase without any special in vestigation. Chairman Wheeler form ally protested to board against the raise and succeeded in getting it changed to $100,000. The town of ficials feel that especially in view of the -fact that Plainville is no longer entitled to receive any part of the state enumeration grant for schools because the grand list total is now in excess of $2,000,000, the valuation of local property as determined by the assessors should not have been dis turbed. The increase was made, Commissioner Corbin advised, to pro vide the revenue for the state aid given to towns for schools. The com mission seemingly ignored the fact that Plainville is not benefitted by the appropriation and as a result the town will have to be a contributor anyway. Transfer Here All Winter. According tq Freight Agent Mulvi hill, the transfer station established at the freight yards last Tuesday may be made permanent if business con ditions '"warrant. There is so much freight moving (and some that hasn't left the.sidings on which it was placed several days ago) that employment will befjTurnished at least for the bal ance of the winter, to the crew "signed up" for the local station.- There'was no suspension of activi ties at thfe freight yards for theholi-f day anditthe men reported for wqrkft this morhing as usual.- ' ml..' J i- n.yv. .r.A4l, ll.Nl f M proximately one hundred'" men -'arCj now wording at the transfer station. The clerical force "is now practically " complete?- It is made ..up mostly of local you.hg men ad th railroad is paying jthfem well "for their sendees. Plainyiile was nia"de a transfer point to relieve? the congestion at other freight yards on thistem but owing to its perifral location .it ifiSy be oper ated permanently lffbusiness coAdt-fv tions warrant. .' 1.' the storm, will be held in the Metho dist church tomorrow morning. The Holy Name society will receij- Holy Communion in a body at th 0 n'clock mass in the Church of Coir Lady of Mercy Sunday morning. ' Morning worship will begin at 10.: .4 5 in the Advent Christian church Sim day. "The Relation of Christ To 'Ha Church" will be the subject of th3 sermon to be given by the pastor, Rev: J. W. Denton. .The Young People's, society will meet in . the evening at 6 o'clock. At the regular evening ser-" vice the pastor's subject will be "Be-i hold He Prayeth." . 7; .. ' , Now Employ Portuguese. Y.Ht - f i.. , . . . .V" '"' . ,-, . .. tA. ' - . I XNatives or Jr-ortugai are.taKing me,,- v- hours were & places of a number of Italians for- poft v . day and th merly employed at the St4ne quarries, T'OtV ','V ivcry. nere. "'or several yearHt.t-ne .worv, - Xt. 'x r4 '.rteutly repoi ing rorce nas oeen maae upfjargeiy or tv, An.aA been sti Italians but since Italy Tlfered thb. ' "t .Jfj - transfer station war, a numoer or worKmesjave, qiaic , V'n'rvnt of goods to respond to the call to co1f?rs. )4The j form. Charles G rmn.rrv owners found dimmilfv in fill- ir,..'. aWnntu " i . . JldVrU O oucnai "ji, iiL.y ing their places owning to-feeneral j'as watchman at the frcih1 S nied 'that such was the -n- he had heard th retrf; tain that there r.v'" r"V' m' - J it. ,i sf-1. " 'y-y . I which are now practical have been put in shape to crop and Monday , it is expl the actual cutting will best ice on tne ponds in- now measure nearly ,tcs thickness and the ice mow filling their storehouses. , Brief Items, Prof. Jl, Wl Dc'vCton' wi among" bis ..v.trfgation ""Season's .Cr' ;ngs'' cards line io iowu:i.; iesoiui:uii: t Jt Y ' ; lory jn my1if V'TiWvu J he expectef ods lefa Jrace, oV, agentsfc'vh'4 business conditions and thefatthat there is but little immigration f rom Italy. , :: 'r:y ' ' .'- ifi;v Substituting fjflie.lfalns are sev eral PortugueseVi;4They"!ar!?r familiar, with quarry worlit'iahd' are said to be as valuable as the rtalan3' they Kaye succeeded.it" - - 7:.. ' '.'4r''' '.- WJiitcypak. Harvest:- Preparations lor harvesting, the first crop of Ice ..front; White jJO.'aki pond Were begun thif 'orning; .TheWhite. Oak Tee company, which controls ' the lake,-'started a f dree of '.me v todajr cleaning off the 'snow, preparatory to J the marking of the ice Tlfi repositories. on the nris '-.shore. '' , ' ' LAD 1 13S' SOCJ lui v : r. Following are the-, j officers of the'Iadics' in' the Swedish Baptist chmv h. I . President Mrs, August C "Vice president Mrs. AukJ Secretary Mrs. J. E.Klij Treasurer Mrs. Axel Petf Briggs Parsonsrsqn of-Mr Andrew S. l;aryoh's, suffered right wrist yesterday whUe s5 condition is reported. aacor , 7rZi . Jk ''A , To ivo &fata. "Pfgfnise Of, Fulfillment," the popuAi choir of the Congregational church tomorrow afternoon at 5 o'clock.- It was originally intended to present it last Sunday , but the storm qfad'e a j postponement necessary. 5; . ,. At the.. .morning service in a the: pi church Sunday,, the pastor,' RiF.' .'ti.'-' Granj will- preach on.the rs'bject, "Keeping Tfee Faith.? :-4 The Christian Fndeavor hleetiug will'fbe . held"- at' 6 o'clQk " in the tevenln.- "Wiat Is tioniecration,?" 'fill bthe subject. Other Clmixh. Notes. ', Holy Communion will be celebrated in the Church of Our Saviour tomor row morning "at 10:45. " i The rector, Rev. ft. H. Burton, wilt preach. gun. day., school will, follow the morning service. The -eyemig- service avJH be Mf 'AMI cirrvnr 7o Progressive Farmers ; Due to the great European war, there is practi no potash in this country available for agri-Li, purposes., This scarcity make&,;-UKvsr com mru fertilizers which. depeptl on potash far too rsfrs.s- i' i fnv MaB"l frtUrUn rt fol-morc '" ' ' . Iiwi Lrv UiUJVIltJ V. X til 11.1 I , '' y -..v.... ... - Extensive experiments nave been armed on i- t' I-'j.! " -FertHizer Co. in conjunction with farm experts. ; l;r-, r "j," . ' "proven that larger amounts of organic ammonia and r: ,. . ,c .-. than are ordinarily used will practically act in ihtjLirr f-'- i i. 'f.' Wfe tiave made fertilizurs from nature's of. r. pr scrip i A ,v anirrfal-matter, consisting of Bne, Blood an3 J ' I : '"fertilizers have been tested, and in every instance tlicyhavejtf'v-i that good crops can be grown without the adcW fjt'itfiool v 'av j -" Read this letter from a Drocressi f aruivt' Vbo has tne l t , Animal Fertilizer on his farm: - r --'f Wiretfard-to fertiiisiei without pi)ah. I xised th 'kjhdsyousentme.withfioodresuUs.'Tlipy- nrarn t- j with a few tons of last year's goods cojRinunin i i-t .' r.' ,, : potash. These I planted in .plots throughout tho In..-.1.,, ' $ ton or so in the plot, and when I dug my potatoes. I cuv'J j ' see very little difference in the yield. I shall probably j ! 30 or 40 tons of your fertilizer next year, and if X cannoi I get potash at a fair price; will use without potash. S E. J. PARKER. Patten. Maine." "1 You can make, your crops good without pay ing abnormal r? for potash. See your nearest Lowell dealer or address - LOWELL FERTILIZER CO., Boston, SI r ' .1- 7 : t- . . - . , Vj-- vMAt'W 'A4v1-' ; . -',.. v... . Xy ' -i '1 -.;: T 4. . - , , i ' '